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Woman injured in early morning shooting in Amarillo

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Amarillo, TX - An early morning shooting sends one woman to the hospital with what police are calling "possible life threatening injuries."

Amarillo police say they were called to the 3000 block of NE 11th street just after midnight.  

When they arrived they say they found a female with gunshot wounds to her lower body. She was taken to the local hospital with possible life threatening injuries. Due to those injuries she was later transported to another facility for further medical treatment.  

The Amarillo detectives and CSI team responded to the scene and are still investigating the incident.      

At this time, there are no suspects.

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