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Two killed in N. Tampa shooting, police say

Tribune staff
Published:   |   Updated: October 20, 2013 at 08:26 AM

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TAMPA — Two people are dead and one seriously injured following a neighbors’ dispute that led to a multiple shooting in North Tampa on Saturday night.

Tampa police and fire rescue paramedics received a call about a shooting in the 2300 block of 110th Avenue about 8 p.m., Tampa police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said.

When emergency crews arrived minutes later, they found a deceased person in the street and a second body in a home at 2304 110th Ave.. The victims’ names are being withheld until notification of next of kin, McElroy said.

A short time later, a third victim arrived at an unidentified local hospital with a serious gunshot wound, she said.

The name of the third person also was not released.

Detectives on the scene have determined the shootings occurred following an ongoing dispute between two families on 110th Avenue, McElroy said.

No arrests were made late Saturday, but investigators remain on the scene.

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