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Thanksgiving traffic stop leads Altus police to the hospital, two gunshot victims

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ALTUS, OK (KSWO) – Police in Altus attempted to pull over a vehicle yesterday evening just before 11:00 p.m. However, the vehicle instead led them to the hospital.

The driver, 21, had suffered a gunshot wound to his abdomen. Shortly after, a second vehicle arrived with another gunshot victim, 35, who was shot in the lower abdomen. Both men were flown to Oklahoma City due to the extent of their injuries.

Their conditions are unknown at this time.

Officers believe the shots were fired on the 700 block of West Elm Street. They are interviewing witnesses now to determine a motive behind the shooting.

You can count on 7News to keep you up to date with the latest as this investigation continues.

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