3 Wounded In Winnipeg Garage Shooting
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. 15 (UPI) — Three men were wounded when a gunman opened fire as they stood in a garage in suburban Winnipeg, Manitoba, police said.
The victims of the 9 p.m. Sunday shooting had not been named but were listed as 26, 29 and 30 years old, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported. All were listed in stable condition Monday.
There were several people in the garage when the apparently lone gunman started shooting, the CBC said.
Neighbors said the man who occupied the home had just moved in this spring. One resident said he’d seen several young men coming and going from the home during early-morning hours on numerous occasions.
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