Man crashes car into tree near 17th and State after being shot

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened near 17th and State late on Friday, September 12th.

Shots were fired from one car to another just before 11:30 p.m. A 28-year-old man was struck in the arm -- and then crashed into a tree in the neighborhood.

The shooting victim was taken to a hospital for treatment and is expected to be okay.

Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates on this developing story.

6 comments

  • Richard

    Another day in Milwaukistan! I guess that’s what happens when the thugs cross the border of ChIraq into Wisconsin.

    • dancing in the ruins

      why should he do anything for that cesspool if he doesn’t live in the hood? he probably lives in a community where children are raised with morals and values instead of being raised by the streets because their parents are in jail, unemployed, long gone, or dead.

    • Change

      I agree with you completely Soulobigdaddy. How is anything supposed to change if there’s no one behind them on making change? The community itself needs to put in effort, or it’s never going to change, but dancingintheruins is the exact reason why people in that situation feel like no one cares about them, and it’s because they don’t. Everyone is entitled to live in a place where they don’t feel like they’re going to walk outside and get killed.

      Change needs to start happening. Higher standards, higher expectations and the desire to meet that threshold. Doing nothing and being apathetic isn’t helping a thing. You’re making it worse. Now if you don’t have anything nice to say and you aren’t going to help, move along.

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