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Two foreign students were shot at in Kyiv, both were wounded

Source : 112 Ukraine

At 3:30 am they went to the hospital with gunshot wounds
14:31, 25 July 2020

Press service of the National Police

Tonight on July 25, the police were informed about two foreign students with gunshot wounds to their lower limbs. The press service of the capital police reports.

"Tonight at 2:30 am, Kyiv police received a report from a doctor that two foreigners with gunshot wounds to their lower extremities have turned to a medical institution," the message says.

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The police found out that the victims were injured at 21:30 on the street. Konovalets, in Pechersk district of the capital. During the conflict, an unknown person fired several shots towards the men, as a result of which two 20-year-old students received minor leg injuries.

Subsequently, they independently went to the hospital. However, one of them refused to provide him with medical assistance. The victims also refused to write any official statements.

At the scene of the crime, the police carried out a number of priority investigative actions. Now law enforcement officers are establishing all the circumstances of the incident and the persons involved in it.

The collected information on this fact is included in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations. The investigation department of the Pechersk police department opened two criminal proceedings on the grounds of crimes under Part 4 of Art. 296 ("Hooliganism") and Part 1 of Art. 263 ("Illegal handling of weapons, ammunition or explosives").

As we reported before, in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, a conflict between a 27-year-old black man named Reichard Brooks and the police erupted, it ended with the shooting and death of the young man

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