Six people were injured in two connected shootings Thursday night in Alabama, police said.
Officers were initially called to a location in Lanett, southwest of Atlanta, just after 9:40 p.m., the Lanett Police Department said.
Officers found six people suffering from apparent gunshot wounds, they said.
First responders provided medical treatment and a number of people were transported to different hospitals, police said.
Investigators later found a second scene nearby that was related to the initial call, police said. It is unclear what was at the second location. The Lanett Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for more information.
Lanett police said the Valley Police Department, the Chambers County Sheriff's Department and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency assisted in the case.
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