N.C. cop wounded in shootout saved by fellow officers
Editor’s Note:Editor's note: A local news station has reported that other Durham, N.C. officers have been donating blood to support their wounded brother in blue.
News & Observer
DURHAM, N.C. — A Durham police officer who was shot last week at a Shannon Road apartment complex was moved out of intensive care at Duke Hospital on Monday.
Officers were dispatched to a call about a disturbance with a weapon at 3300 Shannon Road, Apt. 5-A, shortly after 4 a.m. Thursday. The call was then upgraded to a possible break-in in progress.
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