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UPDATE: Police investigating person shot in East Chattanooga

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UPDATE: The Chattanooga Police Department responded to a person shot on the 2600 block of E. 41st Street Thursday night.

Officials say the call came in around 10:01 p.m.

Upon arrival, Chattanooga Police located 25-year-old Karin Alley suffering from a gunshot wound.

Hamilton County EMS also responded to the scene to provide medical treatment, and later transported the victim to a local hospital. 

Officials say the victim's injuries are non-life-threatening.

There is no suspect information at this time, and the shooting is currently under investigation.

If you have any information about this incident, call Chattanooga Police at 423-698-2525. 


PREVIOUS STORY: Chattanooga police are investigating a reported shooting in East Chattanooga Thursday night.

The incident was reported at 10:01 from the 2600 block of E.41st Street.

Police say they arrived at the scene to find the victim unconscious and a witness that would not cooperate with the investigation.

The victim was taken to a local hospital where their condition is unknown.

Stay with WRCBtv.com for updates to this story.

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