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There was another incident where someone was seriously injured by gun violence in the downtown area of Vancouver

There have been two shootings in the downtown core since March 30

Gunshots have again happened in downtown Vancouver, just five days after the last incident.

According to Vancouver Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Steve Addison, the police were called to Homer Street and West Pender Street at 7:50 p.m. on Wednesday with reports of gunfire.

Addison said, 'When the police got there, they found someone with serious injuries.'

The victim has been taken to the hospital, and no one has been arrested yet.

'Police will stay in the area for a few hours for investigation, and there may be traffic disruptions.'

On March 30 at 5:40 p.m., police were called to Robson Street between Homer and Richard after multiple shots were fired. after several shots were fired in an altercation between two vehicles.

Vancouver police later confirmed it was a targeted shooting.

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“Evidence indicates the shooting was targeted, but at this time there are no known injuries and no arrests have been made,” Addison said following the shooting.

Sources told Postmedia the target of the shooting is linked to the Brothers Keepers gang.



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