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Cotton County shooting under investigation

GERONIMO, Okla._Emergency responders airlifted a man to OU Medical Center after he was shot twice in the chest.

Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley says his deputies were called out to the Old Tavern on Highway 277 near Geronimo Wednesday afternoon where they found the shooting victim. Their first priority was to get the man medical attention. Sheriff Stradley says after deputies spoke to witnesses, they discovered the actual shooting happened in Cotton County.

Cotton County Sheriff Kent Simpson would not release any further details.

No word on the victim's name or condition, possible suspects involved or the nature of the shooting.

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