NORWALK, Conn. A man who was shot in South Norwalk late Saturday told police he did not know who had done it and did not know who took him to Norwalk Hospital. The 20-year-old victim had non-life threatening injuries and was treated and released.
Norwalk Police responded to the 11:30 p.m. report of shots fired at 87 Woodward Ave. and found nothing, according to Sgt. Lisa Cotto. People at the scene said they hadn't heard or seen anything.
A short while later the victim turned up in the emergency room. He had been shot in the thumb and index finger and the bullet went into his palm. He said he had heard gunshots and ran away, then realized he had been shot. He did not know who had shot him and said he had no enemies. He got a ride to the hospital, but did not know who the driver was.
He gave a Bridgeport address.
A report was not available Sunday morning.
Contact reporter Nancy Chapman at email@example.com
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