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2 wounded as gunshots rock La Habra neighborhood

Two men were wounded Thursday night in La Habra after gunshots were fired, police said.

The shots were fired about 7:15 p.m. the 500 block of South Clifton Street. When officers arrived, they found the two victims, the La Habra Police Department said.

The men were taken to a nearby hospital. Their condition was not immediately known.

Investigators were at the scene late Thursday gathering evidence. No additional information was immediately available.


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