Crime

Apr 2, 2011 12:54 PM by Andy Koen

Man hospitalized following drive by shooting

A man wounded in a drive by shooting in Colorado Springs overnight is expected to make a full recovery. Officers were sent to the hospital at 4:38 a.m. Saturday to meet with the vicitm.

He told them he was standing outside of his home near the intersection of Bridgewater Drive and Post Oak Drive on the city's south side when someone fired at him from a vehicle.

At the scene, investigators recovered evidence that suggested multiple shots were fired. No descriptions of either the shooter or the vehicle have been release. The investigation is ongoing.

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