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2512 High Point Road in Greensboro (Google Maps)

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Police said one person was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after being found with an apparent gunshot wound early Sunday at a Greensboro gas station.

Police said they found the injured victim after responding to the Shell Gas Station at 2512 High Point Road at around 2:40 a.m.

The identity of the victim has not been released. Police said the victim was taken to Moses Cone Hospital.

The investigation is ongoing and no other details were immediately available. Anyone with any information can call police at (336) 373-1000.


    • targetsacquired

      Uhhh…yea……the laws already on the books are being followed by a few so well….
      Lets just make it instant death for those caught doing such…its STILL going to happen.

  • Reginald Bacon

    How about the people that breed the criminals? How about the lawmakers who create incentives for their breeding?

    If, as all evidence indicates, these criminals simply have crime in their genes, harsher punishment will have no effect.

  • MarineDad

    G-Hood is getting a bad name with all these shootings and robberies. and the sad thing is the Police can’t help you!! they will arrive after it’s all over with. it’s up to you to protect yourself!!! Safe travels my friends.

  • Anon

    None of this is random violence. Stay away from the drug trade and the wife beaters and your chances of being a victim of violent crime are low

    • Bre

      This has nothing to do with drugs. People who do not like individuals feels like it’s time to retaliate after the club and sometimes during. Drugs is not always the case.

  • C-lo

    Just another day in the Gate City! Rather go to Burlington to do my business ANY day. Don’t hear quite as many things like this around Burlington. It happens, but it seems like it’s nowhere near as bad as GSO. I avoid GSO like the plague.

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