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St. Louis shooting leaves 1 juvenile dead, 9 hurt

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Scene of deadly shooting in St. Louis (KMOV) ST. LOUIS - An overnight shooting in a downtown St. Louis building killed one juvenile and wounded nine others, according to a news report.The St.

Louis Metropolitan Police Department said the shooting happened around 1:45 a.m. Sunday, KMOV-TV reported.Witnesses told the KMOV that the shooting took place inside a building.The names of the victims and the conditions of those wounded in the shooting were not immediately available.The St.

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