Monday, February 05, 2001

North Fairmount girl wounded in shooting

        NORTH FAIRMOUNT — A 15-month-old girl was in serious condition at a local hospital after being shot in the groin Sunday morning.

        Police were searching for the shooter and had not made an arrest Sunday evening.

        The shooting occurred shortly before noon in the 1900 block of Westwood Northern Boulevard. The child was taken to Children's Hospital, where she underwent surgery, a hospital spokeswoman said.

        Police reportedly were trying to determine whether the shooting was an accident.


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