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Man Charged in Indiana Ambulance Shooting

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A 24-year-old man was accused of firing several shots at a Fort Wayne ambulance last weekend.

The Journal Gazette reported the shooting followed a fight inside a nightclub about 3 a.m. Sunday that resulted in a stabbing. Police said the ambulance was taking the victim to a hospital with family members following in their car when a white car opened fire on the family car and the ambulance.

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