Hill District Shooting Injures 1

HILL DISTRICT (KDKA) – One person was injured after being shot twice in the Hill District Monday morning.

According to police, homicide detectives were called to the 2400-block of Chauncey Drive around 3:24 a.m.

Five shots were fired and a man was struck once in the back and once in the leg.

The victim was taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, where he is listed in stable condition.

There was at least one witness that police are working to find at this time.

The suspect has been described as a light-skinned African-American male standing about 5-feet-10-inches tall.

Names of the victim and the suspect have not been released.

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One Comment

  1. Thomas J Duttine says:

    Shooting in the Hill District?? Say it ain’t so!

  2. MJ Weber says:

    Shooting in an inner city neighborhood, nobody really cares.

  3. Hit Boy says:


  4. Sarcasm says:

    3:24am? Must’ve been a dedicated worker to be heading to the office that early!

  5. johnny69 says:

    Why wasn’t he home in bed? I will tell you why…anybody out on the street at that hour is looking for a victim. He ran into a tougher bad guy, is all. I don’t care there are hundreds of them being born every month without a father because the teen girls were never taught to say no. Stop giving them welfare and make them work, they will be home in bed instead of out looking for a victim.

    1. Thomas J Duttine says:


  6. Harley says:

    Why would a person deliberately kill or attempt to kill their own people with no fear in their heart, what is the point of all of these churches in our neighborhood if no one is embracing the word?
    Instead of the preachers teaching watered down Christianity just tell it like it is.

    1. Taze says:

      Black on black crime is expected but they are smart enough to know that killing or robbing a white person gives you more prison time. That is why there is no fear in their heart.
      The Pastors preach just enough to fill the plate but keep their life that is why there is no change.

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