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UPDATE 9:50 P.M.

Lubbock Police now say one person was killed in a central Lubbock shooting on Wednesday evening. Police were called to the scene at 6:24 p.m. for reports of shots fired.

One male was pronounced deceased on-scene. Lubbock Police say no other injuries had been reported. Lubbock Police released the following on Wednesday evening:

The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit is on-scene investigating in the 4300 block of Canton Avenue. Officers were originally called to the scene at 6:24 p.m. for reports of shots fired. One male was pronounced deceased on-scene. No other injuries have been reported.

The investigation is on-going and we will release additional information when we are able.

Lubbock Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Wednesday evening in central Lubbock.

KAMC is reporting that one person was seriously injured.

One person had serious injuries after a shooting in the 2800 block of 43rd Street, according to the Lubbock Police Department.

According to KAMC, Lubbock Police say an emergency call came in at 6:24 p.m.

At this time, it is not clear if a suspect is in custody or not.

KFYO will have the latest on this story as it develops.

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