911 caller: ‘A bunch of little kids’ responsible for drive-by shooting in Middletown

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MIDDLETOWN — Three 911 calls were made to Middletown police dispatchers after a woman said she was shot once in the chest Tuesday night in the 400 block of Curtis Street.

One caller told the dispatcher: “She just got shot.”

A few second later, the caller said: “Please hurry.”

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The caller said the shots may have been fired from a brown mini-van that was seen traveling down Curtis toward Yankee Road, according to the 911 recordings reviewed by the Journal-News.

Another caller said “a bunch of little kids” were responsible for the shooting.

The victim is in her 30s, the woman told police.

The woman, whom the Journal-News isn’t identifying, was shot once in the chest and transported to Atrium Medical Center. Her condition is unknown.

Sgt. Earl Nelson said police have no suspects and no arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call detective Ryan Morgan at 513-425-7735.

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