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Apple Valley Saturday Night Shooting Injures Two

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) – A shooting in Apple Valley late Saturday night has sent at least two victims to the hospital.

The shooting occurred at around 10:45 pm, in the 13600 block of Algonquin Road.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies with the Apple Valley station received reports of a possible drive-by shooting at a gathering near the intersection of Algonquin Road and Yucca Loma Road, scanner traffic reported.

Arriving deputies found multiple cars fleeing the scene of the shooting.

Scanner traffic indicated that the suspects may have fired a shot gun at the victims.

According to a photo journalist at the scene, It appeared as if their was some sort of Vigil going on at the time of the shooting as their were multiple lit candles around a car parked at an apartment complex.

Apple Valley Fire responded and treated two victims before American Medical Response (AMR) transported them to local hospitals.

A medical helicopter was requested but later cancelled due to weather. Information on the condition of the victims was not immediately available.

Details regarding the shooting are currently unknown. Information will be updated as it becomes available.

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