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Police investigate shooting on Florida at N. 25th

Police set up a perimeter in the area after the shooting. (Source: Leah Ellsworth/WAFB) Police set up a perimeter in the area after the shooting. (Source: Leah Ellsworth/WAFB)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Police are trying to piece together clues linked to a shooting with two different scenes.

The shooting happened Sunday night on Florida Street at North 25th Street.

According to witnesses, a family member tried to drive the victim to the hospital, but his car broke down along Harding Boulevard. That location was the second scene of the incident.

The victim was then taken to the hospital by ambulance. He is expected to survive. His name was not released.

The Baton Rouge Police Department could use your help with helping to figure out what happened. Call Crime Stoppers at 344-7867 if you have information about the shooting.

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