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Shooting in Pittsfield leaves two injured

Second shooting in Pittsfield in a week.

Update, June 15: Both men who were shot have been treated at Berkshire Medical Center and are expected to survive. It is believed that both men were shot by the same person who fled the scene on foot. Original article below:

Pittsfield — A shooting that wounded two people that took place on Friday, June 14, is being investigated by the Berkshire County District Attorney’s Office and the Pittsfield Police Department.

According to a press release by the office, the two individuals were shot and wounded in the area of North Street and Bradford Street in Pittsfield.

They were transferred to Berkshire Medical Center where they are being treated for their injuries.

Based on preliminary investigations, Pittsfield Police believe this was not a random act and that there is no immediate danger to the public. However, the suspect/s have not been identified,.

This is the second shooting in a week in Pittsfield. A suspect was arrested in a previous incident earlier in the week.


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