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Spring Hill SWAT situations ends, but questions over man's shooting remain

SPRING HILL — A SWAT team responding to the call of a man who said he had been shot and injured at a house Sunday night found no else one inside.

The wounded victim, whose name was not released, called authorities around 7 p.m. and said he thought the man who had shot him was still inside the home at 1229 Academy Road.

Deputies evacuated neighbors and entered the home. But no one was there, said Cpl. Wendy McGinnis, Hernando County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman.

The man who was shot was flown to a hospital, but McGinnis said his condition was not available. The incident remains under investigation.

Spring Hill SWAT situations ends, but questions over man's shooting remain 10/23/11 [Last modified: Sunday, October 23, 2011 10:56pm]
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