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Milwaukee man suffers “significant gunshot wound” in shooting near 11th & Atkinson

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police say a 22-year-old Milwaukee man was shot on Saturday evening, July 5th near 11th and Atkinson.

It happened just before 5:30 p.m.

Police say the man suffered a significant gunshot wound and was taken to the hospital.

Police say circumstances surrounding the shooting are still unclear.

It is also unclear whether anyone is in custody.

Police say their investigation is ongoing.

Monitor FOX6 News and for updates.


  • Rizzie

    Yup. Just the way ” they” live over there. Clearly everyone that has to live in that environment chooses to live there and behaves all in the same matter. FOOH!

  • Hooptie Pete

    Yeah, there the victims. They have allowed the liberals to think for them and they cannot be held accountable for their violent caveman nature. Fooh!

  • Preacher

    So what is the difference between black people shooting in the city and white people going into schools, malls and theatres killing people? NO DIFFERENCE YOU INCOMPETENT RACIST BIGGOTS. THAT IS WHY THINGS WILL NEVER GET ANY BETTER BECAUSE EVERYONE WANTS TO PUT THE BLAME ON SOMEONE ELSE. OH ITS THE BLACK MANS FAULT, OH ITS THE WHITE MANS FAULT. GET OVER IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT OR SHUT UP!!!

    • Dirk

      There is more deaths associated with blacks killing blacks then a white kid shooting up a school or a movie theater. It’s not racist if it’s true so wake the hell up and heed your own advise. Lead these kids,slap their mamma’s , stop the welfare and get the family unit back together in the black community and see if that helps.

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