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Police Investigating Single-Victim Shooting Near Lothian

Emergency vehicles are on the scene of a shooting near Lothian. At approximately 5:36pm, units responded to the 800 block of Harwood Road for a reported shooting. Upon arrival, one adult male victim was found suffering from injuries consistent with being shot. That individual was transported by helicopter to the Shock Trauma Hospital in Baltimore.
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Live Politics latest news: British holiday makers won't face EU-wide travel ban, says Grant Shapps

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