2 Shot at Detroit Hospital

DETROIT – A pair of men were shot on Feb. 8 at the front entrance of Detroit’s St. John Hospital.

Both are currently in critical condition and know each other. According to police, they had an argument, which led to the shooting. The incident occurred as the two men were approaching the hospital’s metal detector.

According to police, one shot the other. When a security guard saw what was happening, he shot the original shooter.

Police do not know what was the original shooter’s motive.

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