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Brawl and shooting in Ivano-Frankivsk: Man wounded
19:13, 26 August 2017
Brawl and shooting in Ivano-Frankivsk: Man wounded

Near one of the restaurants in the city center, a man was shot from a hunting rifle

19:13, 26 August 2017

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A brawl with shooting between the two companies took place today around 13:00 in the center of Ivano-Frankivsk near the restaurant. As a result, the man was injured, said Miroslava Beldyk, press secretary of the Ivano-Frankivsk region admilistration, in her comment to the 112 Ukraine.

According to local media, man shot from a hunting rifle.

The victim tried to hide - he was detained by the police on the way to the medical facility. Now the victim is provided with assistance in the hospital.

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The remaining participants immediately disappeared. However, the police say that they have identified all the participants in the incident along with their cars and are now interrogating some of them.

"As for the person (shooter, - Ed), we can not yet provide the information whether he is detained. The identity of the shooter and the reasons are established. The investigation determines from which weapons man fired," Beldyk said.

The police preliminarily qualifies the shootout as hooliganism, part 4, art. 296 of the Criminal Code. Criminal proceedings have begun.

As the newspaper "Mist" informs, shooting took place near the restaurant "Pasage Gartenberg". In the car with the injured there were 2 more participants of the conflict, they are also in the police.

Witnesses of the shootings say that there were more suspects - six or seven cars. All of them disappeared from the scene of the incident.

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