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Man Shot Overnight Near Ohio and Shoshone in Critical Condition, Suspect at Large

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During the early hours of the morning, a man was reportedly shot near the intersection of Ohio Avenue and Shoshone Street, not far from Huston Lake Park. At last report, he's in critical condition and the person who pulled the trigger remains on the loose. Here's what we know thus far.

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Here's the first official tweet about the situation from the Denver Police Department....

More specifics come courtesy of 7News, which puts the time of the shooting at around 3 a.m. and reports the Ohio-at-Shoshone location. Here's a look at the area near the intersection; if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map."

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Meanwhile, photos from the scene come courtesy of CBS4's Rahel Solomon....

...and 9News' Noel Brennan....

...who also snapped a pic at Swedish Hospital, where the victim is being treated:

As for the shooter, the DPD tweets this:

Below, see a 7News report about the incident:

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