Separate shootings Friday night leaves 2 victims with life-threatening injuries

Separate shootings Friday night leaves 2 victims with life-threatening injuries
Birmingham police are investigating a shooting on I-65. (Source: WBRC)

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Two victims have life-threatening injuries from separate shootings Friday night in Jefferson County.

A double shooting took place in the 2800 block of Wallace Covington Circle. The other shooting was in Mulga.

Birmingham police Sgt. Johnny Williams says the shooting in Mulga was initially believed to be on I-65 at the 4th Ave. South ramp. An update says the victim, whose car was shot into, wrecked the vehicle at the location on 4th Avenue South. The person was taken to UAB Hospital with life-threatening injuries. There are no suspects.

Sgt. Williams says there were two victims in the Wallace Covington Circle shooting. One victim has life-threatening injuries, while the other victim does not. There are no suspects.

Birmingham police say two people were shot on Wallace Covington Circle. One victim has life-threatening injuries.
Birmingham police say two people were shot on Wallace Covington Circle. One victim has life-threatening injuries. (Source: WBRC)

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