Two children wounded in General Ogden triple Shooting, 11-year-old in critical condition

 

September 2, 2013 New Orleans Louisiana (WWLTV) – For the second time in less than one week the New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting in which children were involved.

Two 11-year-old females and a 38-year-old male were injured just before 1:00 a.m., when a gunman opened fire on a house in the 1300 block of General Ogden Street.

One of the females was shot in the head and is at the hospital in critical condition.

The second female was stuck by a bullet in the arm and the male was struck in the shoulder. Both injuries are thought to be non-life threatening according to police.

Another woman and child were inside of the house when the bullets rang out, but they were not injured.

Anyone with information in this triple shooting is asked to call Crimestoppers at 822-1111.

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