Neighbors reported hearing three shots in their street while a man was fatally injured in a gun attack.
Police were first called to shoot at Valley Road, Wolverhampton, Friday at 9:10 pm. A few minutes later, West Midlands police reported that she had been informed that a wounded man, about twenty years old, had been taken to the hospital. from New Cross, a few hundred meters from the stage
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A police cordon was in place at the site, with a row of communal garages on a residential subdivision where dozens of young families live.
Stunned residents spoke of their shock at the murder on their doorstep, saying the victim had grown up in the area.
who lives jus "I heard three blows – bang, bang, bang."
"I said, this is not a car that pulls back."
Bouquets of flowers had been laid on a grass border near the police cordon, and a candle had been lit.
A card inside one of the bouquets said: "Rip"
"Sleep well, until we meet again.
Two men, who knew the victim since their childhood, were held at the cordon and said that they were going to raise a drink in memory of their friend later. 19659002] A neighbor, who refused to be named, said: "He lived here with his mother but it was years ago, and I have not seen him here since. "
She said: "It's awful what happened.
" I'm afraid that they have repercussions because of that, that's what makes me scared. "
Police said the murder investigation is in its infancy Investigations have been conducted door to door to determine the circumstances of the attack.
A Autopsy is scheduled to take place on Sunday and the victim's family is supported by specially trained officers.
Meanwhile, uniformed officers and gun crews will patrol the streets of the city.  <div data-embed-data = "
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The shootout followed a gun attack at a city bar on July 14, which police linked to gang violence.
Keelan Wilson was stabbed to death just yards from his home in Wolverhampton in an attack that shocked residents.
Chief Superintendent Jayne Meir, who heads the police in the city, said, "Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the We are confident that we will work tirelessly to bring to justice those responsible for the shooting. last night
"I fully understand the impact that this violent crime and other crimes committed in Wolverhampton in recent weeks have
" It is too early to say if this is related to D & D Other incidents, and we keep an open mind. "
" People can expect to see police patrolling around us. Parts of the city over the next few days, and I urge anyone with concerns or information to stop and talk to them. "