Three people were in hospital after shooting in Surrey on Friday.

Three hospitalized after shooting in Whalley

Police respond to another shooting in Surrey on Friday, as gunplay in this city continues

Three people were taken to hospital after another shooting in Surrey.

On Friday at 5:45 a.m., police were called to a Whalley address after a report of shots fired.

Emergency response teams surrounded the home in the 10400-block of 128 Street.

Police found an man in his mid-20s suffering from gunshot wounds. About the same time, a man and a woman arrived at hospital. The man had been shot and the woman suffered minor injuries.

The two men are expected to survive, but their condition is still being assessed.

The Surrey RCMP does not believe the attack was random.

Police have secured the area of the shooting, and are expected to be interviewing neighbours for some time.

Police are still trying to determine if the three injuries were from the same event.

RCMP is saying that the shooting on Friday is not believed to be connected with the spate of shootings over the last eight weeks believed to be linked to dial-a-dope operations.

No arrests have been made at this time.

 

 

 

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