One person was killed and another injured in three different shootings in Hollywood and Hallandale Beach Thursday night that could be connected.
One of the shootings was discovered after two cars were involved in a crash in the area of South 24th Ave and Pembroke Road, where one vehicle was T-boned by the other. The windows of one car had been shot out, with bullet holes in the door.
At a second location, outside of a liquor store at Pembroke Road and Northwest 2nd Avenue, a car was left riddled with bullets and had shot-out windows.
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Neighbors told NBC 6 that two cars had been shooting at each other, and said they heard more than 20 gunshots.
At least one person was shot in the exchange of gunfire. Their condition was unknown.
At a third location in Hallandale Beach on Northwest 7th Street and 8th Avenue, police confirmed that a person was shot and said that may be related to the shootings in Hollywood.
The third incident occurred around 9:45 p.m. Police responded to a Shot Spotter alert and found one person shot in the torso at the scene.
The victim was going to be transported to a hospital, but he succumbed to his injuries on the scene. His identity wasn't released.
Police said a homicide investigation was underway.
Because of how close all three events occurred to one another, police have not ruled out that they might all be connected.
This is a developing story. Check back with NBC 6 for updates.