Downtown Cincinnati shooting injures 4

CINCINNATI (AP) — Authorities in Cincinnati say four people were hurt in a downtown shooting that occurred just as fans were leaving a game at the Great American Ball Park.

Police said the victims Wednesday night knew their attackers and were involved in an ongoing dispute. The suspects sped across the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge into Kentucky and are still being sought.

Those hurt included a 15-year-old boy who was critically injured when shot in the head while riding in a van. The other victims were also riding in the van. They are expected to recover.

An unrelated shooting in Cincinnati on Wednesday night left a 14-year-old boy injured, but he is expected to recover.

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