Shooting victim sought help at urgent care facility Friday
BATON ROUGE – Police are investigating a Friday morning shooting where the victim sought help at an urgent care facility.
Paramedics took the person from LSU's North Baton Rouge walk-in clinic on Airline Highway around 10 o'clock. The person originally arrived at the location in a private car, authorities said, after being shot elsewhere.
Police said the 35-year-old victim is not cooperating with authorities, only telling detectives, he was shot somewhere on Plank Road.
The victim's injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
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