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Shooting in southwest Calgary sends 1 to hospital

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Calgary police are investigating after a shooting in the southwest on Tuesday.

Officials told CTV News that police were called to the scene, in the 1700 block of 28th Avenue S.W., at approximately 4:15 p.m. for reports of shots being fired.

Police found one victim at the scene in non-life-threatening condition.

EMS says paramedics took an adult male in his mid-30s to Foothills Medical Centre in serious condition.

The man was taken into surgery Tuesday evening, police say.

Police say a second victim, who left the area before they arrived, was picked up by a passerby not far away.

The passerby's plan was to take the victim to hospital, but the victim wanted to be  and was  let out somewhere downtown, police say.

The victim never showed up at any hospital.

No arrests have been made in connection to this incident at this time.

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