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Victim taken to MUSC after being shot on Huger St.

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One victim was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina after being shot early Wednesday morning.

The Charleston Police Department says the shooting occurred around 12:45am in the area of 373 Huger St.

Detectives are gathering information in reference to suspects. There is no word yet on the condition of the victim.

Count on News 2 to bring you more details on this incident, as they become available.

 

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