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At least 1 injured in central Toledo shooting

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Toledo police are investigating a shooting that injured at least one person Thursday afternoon.

Police are at the scene of the possible shooting location at Detroit Avenue and Arcadia Avenue in central Toledo. 

According to police, around 3:10 someone in a vehicle shot at a man in another vehicle at the intersection. Shortly after, a man in a Cadillac drove to the emergency room of a Toledo hospital. Police say the man had a gunshot wound.

Police are also at the hospital checking the car and trying to interview the wounded man. 

Toledo Police Lt. Mark King says Toledo Police are investigating whether the shooting is related to the Cherrywood Apartment shooting Wednesday night.  King says geography makes police suspect it may be.  The shooting scene is about a mile and a half away from the Cherrywood Apartments.

Tune in to WTOL 11 News at 5 for more on this breaking news story.

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