Trooper on Palmetto Helps 3 Shot in Car

An FHP tropper tending to a car accident on the Palmetto was flagged to help three shooting victims

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    A Florida Highway Patrol trooper that was handling a minor car crash on the Palmetto Expressway was flagged down to help three people that had been shot, officials said.

    A Florida Highway Patrol trooper that was handling a minor car crash on the Palmetto Expressway was flagged down to help three people that had been shot, officials said.

    Authorities said a driver approached the trooper as he was on the scene of an unrelated crash, and asked for help for three gunshot victims inside the car.

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    The victims were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital. Two were airlifted and the third was rushed by ambulance, police said. Their conditions are not known.

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    The incident occurred shortly before 9 p.m. on state road 826 near NW 12th Avenue and snagged traffic along the Palmetto, officials said.

    It is unknown where or how the individuals were shot.

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