Greensboro Police say 4 individuals had been injured in provincial flats close to the UNCG | crime

GREENSBORO – Four people were injured in an apartment complex called The Province by authorities, according to a Greensboro Police press release.

At 5:41 p.m., officers responded to a shot fired in the 600 block of Fulton Street, an area of ​​a residential complex. They found four people with injuries that were not classified as life threatening. The victims were reportedly taken to a local hospital.

Police stated in their notice that the incident involved serious bodily harm, but not that it was a shooting. A message left by the Greensboro Police Department spokesman was not returned.

The UNCG Office of Emergency Management sent a tweet around 6:30 p.m. that the student housing complex off campus had been shot at.

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GREENSBORO – A shooting was reported in the provincial apartments near UNCG on Sunday afternoon, according to a tweet from the university.

The UNCG Office of Emergency Management sent a tweet around 6:30 p.m. that the off-campus student housing complex in Block 800 of the Province Spring Circle had been shot at.

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