On Sight: 6 People Shot Near Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee

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Six people were hospitalized overnight after a shooting near Raleigh’s Methodist North Hospital.

According to Memphis police, the incident started around midnight at the BP service station on Raleigh LaGrange and Sycamore View.

Reginald Felix, 19, a 17-year-old, and a 16-year-old were in a stolen Infiniti SUV when they were shot at the BP gas station, according to police. According to police, a 4th victim was shot and taken to the hospital in a private vehicle.

The three teenagers then proceeded to the Tanglewood Apartments, at which a 14-year-old and a 25-year-old got into the car and tried to drive them to Methodist North.

As they approached the hospital, unknown suspects in a dark-colored vehicle started firing at the Infiniti near New Covington Pike and Austin Peay shortly before 1 a.m. The five victims then fled to the hospital and left the car.

Four of the victims were then taken to Regional One Hospital, and two juveniles were taken to Le Bonheur.

Multiple shooting victims at Methodist North

A semi-automatic rifle was discovered on the ground next to one of the BP gas pumps near the intersection of Raleigh LaGrange and Sycamore View. Later, police determined that this scene was connected to the shooting.

Officers discovered a stolen white Infiniti QX50 with a gas pump suspended from the gas tank. The SUV was taken from Collierville.

The hospital was placed on lockdown for several hours before people were allowed to leave shortly before 3 a.m. The roads surrounding the hospital were closed but have since reopened.

According to police, Felix, the 17-year-old, and the 16-year-old will be charged with theft of property ranging from $10,000 to $60,000.

The other three victims are still hospitalized.



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