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Three shot at housing development

The Tribune-Review
| Thursday, September 13, 2001 12:00 p.m

At least three people were shot Wednesday in the Allegheny Dwellings housing development in Fineview.

A Pittsburgh Housing Authority police officer at the scene would say only that two females and a male were wounded about 3 p.m. at the complex in the 1700 block of Belleau Drive.

Their injuries were not life-threatening and they were taken to a hospital in stable condition, the officer said.

The officer referred questions to the housing authority’s spokesman, who would not release any information. Allegheny Dwellings residents also wouldn’t talk about the shooting.

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