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Man shot on Princess Place Drive

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A man was shot in Wilmington Wednesday evening.

New Hanover County dispatch says a man was shot on Princess Place Drive and Mosley Street around 6:00 p.m.

Dispatch says the victim was taken to the hospital to be treated.

It is unknown at this time how serious the victim's injuries are.

Stay with WWAY as more information becomes available.

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And a bike path will fix the problem

Did anyone else get the e-mail blast from saffo to "educate" the voter on why we should pass a bond for traffic solutions and bike paths? Folks are shooting each other so often that we have come to expect it everyday and the mayor and his administration are worried about bike paths????
I know this is going off subject but this head in the sand approach by this administration is the reason we have people shooting each other on a daily basis its like they say "oh well that's too hard to do" lets move on to another subject they can stop most of this activity if they just put the same amount of resources towards the problem that they put towards recruiting voters for this cockamamie bond vote on NOV 4 and all the other unnecessary garbage they do every day, like ball park studies and film incentives and the convention center, They care more about the trees on market street than they do about the people that live in these neighborhoods( and guess what not everyone that lives in these places are criminals) they are just poor people trying to get by and have some small part of what we all are entitled to ,you know "Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness"

Not News

When something happens every day, or every-other-day, it's not news. I went to work this morning, and yesterday morning, and the morning before that, and I'll go to work tomorrow morning. It's not news, it's what happens day-to-day.

How odd

Isn't that unusual.