Hartford PD: Two people injured in shooting on Sigourney Street

Hartford

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford police are investigating a shooting on Sigourney Street between Homestead and Albany avenues early Wednesday morning.

At around 3:35 a.m. Wednesday, police responded to Albany Avenue at Sigourney St. on a shot spotter activation, where police found a shooting scene.

Police found two victims. Police believe the victims were shot at while inside a vehicle in Albany ave.

One of the victims had a gunshot wound to the chest, and is listed in critical, but stable condition. The second victim was not shot, but was injured from shattered glass. He is in stable condition.

Sigourney Street between Homestead and Albany avenues was closed for some time during the investigation but has since reopened.

Also, Albany Avenue between Vine and Edgewood streets was closed for some time and has since reopened.

This is an active investigation. If you have information please contact us at 860-757-4000.

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