Early Morning Hartford Shooting Leaves Three Hospitalized

Hartford Police are asking for the publics help with any information on the shooting.

Liley Jolly owns the multi-family home that police were called too. He explained that he has lived there 14 years and that recently there has been problems there. He said last year there was another shooting.

Police are investigating an early morning shooting in Hartford. They responded to reports of shots fired at 237 Westland St. just before 3 AM. When police arrived on scene they say they saw two people on the ground with gun shot wounds. They found another victim nearby on Eastford St.

The three victims were transported to a local area hospital. They are listed in stable condition.

Jolly told NBC Connecticut that he was in bed when he heard the gunshots early Saturday morning.

"Bang, bang, bang," was how Jolly described the noise. "I jump out of my bed and I get on the floor because I thought they were coming inside."

Source: NBC Connecticut
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