INDIANAPOLIS - Two men were injured Sunday morning after a shooting on the city's near-north side, police confirmed.
The shooting was reported just before 10 a.m. near 37th Street and North Kenwood Avenue where two injured men were found when police arrived.
One man suffered a minor wound and refused medical treatment and the other man was rushed to IU Methodist Hospital.
Police did not say what prompted the shooting or if any arrests were made.
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