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Driver allegedly opens fire in proximity of EE Police Station
Information reaching our newsroom is that a driver reportedly opened fire in close proximity of the East End Police Station, shortly after midnight this morning Saturday, December 5, 2020.
An eyewitness told VINO that the sound of a single gunshot reportedly sent persons who were in the vicinity of the station, including motorists driving along the roadway, scampering in panic.
No one was reported injured, however, sources indicate that one spent shell was recovered from the scene.
Our news centre will provide more details as they become available.
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EU sets out plans to limit US dollar reliance, reduce sanctions risks
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Gov Jaspert ‘directs’ Judge to consider holding CoI in private
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National Mall's 'Field Of Flags' Illuminated Ahead Of Joe Biden's Inauguration
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Statement from the White House Regarding Executive Grants of Clemency
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