Two Shot in Southwest Miami-Dade: Police

The victims were taken to Kendall Regional Hospital and are expected to recover.

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    Police are still looking for suspects after a 16-year-old and his 20-year-old friend were shot in broad daylight in Southwest Miami-Dade. NBC 6's Gilma Avalos reports.

    Police are still searching for suspects after a shooting in Southwest Miami-Dade.

    A 16-year-old and his 20-year-old friend were shot, possibly by three suspects, at 12401 SW 251 Street Saturday afternoon, according to police.

    The victims were airlifted to Kendall Regional Hospital and are in stable condition, family members said.

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    Debra Smith, the mother of 20-year-old Henry Smith, said she spoke to her son just ten minutes before the shooting.

    "Some people don't have a heart, have no conscience," she said. "This really has to stop, we're losing our youngsters by bullets."

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    Anthony Ezel Carl Walker, 28, was charged with battery on an officer and resisting an officer with violence following a scuffle with police at the scene of a fatal shooting in Miami.

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    The other victim, named Anthony, was shot three times in the chest, arm, and leg, said his grandmother Catherine Williams.

    She said she feels blessed that her grandson survived.

    "Just pray for the family," Williams said.

    Stay with NBC6.com and NBC 6 South Florida for updates.

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