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Two people injured in shooting in Colorado Springs

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Colorado Springs Police are trying to figure out what led up to a shooting that injured two people in Colorado Springs early Thursday morning.

Police say they got a shots fired call in the area of Oro Blanco Drive and Cheerful Road just before 2:00 a.m. When they got to the scene they could not find any suspects or victims. Shortly after this, two people showed up at the hospital with gunshot wounds. However, police say the victims were not very cooperative and it is unclear if they were shot in the 4100 block of Oro Blanco Drive where the shots fired call came in from. Police did not give an update on the victims' conditions. Investigators are still working to get more information.

Police are also trying to figure out if the shooting is related to a police chase earlier in the morning. Police say right after the shots fired call, a driver led officers on a chase before crashing near Academy Boulevard and San Miguel Street. The suspect then ran off and was not found.

Police asked the public to avoid the areas of Oro Blanco Drive near Cheerful Road, and Academy Boulevard near San Miguel Street.

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