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Victim Shot Twice In NW OKC

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Authorities report one victim was shot overnight in northeast Oklahoma City. 

Officials said the victim was shot in an unknown location before alerting a resident outside a home near NW 33rd and N. Youngs to call police. Police said the victim was shot twice, one shot on his side and the other in a leg. The victim was transported to OU Medical Center in critical condition, just after midnight Monday.

Authorities said they are not searching for a suspect at this time because the victim is not cooperating with investigators. 

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