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15-year-old in custody, brother hospitalized after Yuba County shooting

A 14-year-old boy from Olivehurst is in critical condition on Friday after being shot with his older brother last night, authorities said. The shooting occurred on Thursday around 4:20 p.m. at McGowan Parkway and Fleming Avenue in Olivehurst, said the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department. Authorities found the 14-year-old with life-threatening injuries and transported him to a local hospital. He was then taken to a Sacramento area hospital where he remains in critical condition, according to authorities. The boy’s 15-year-old brother was taken into custody on Thursday night. Investigators believe many other minors were the targets of the shooting. Authorities say they fled the scene and were later contacted by detectives. “The circumstances surrounding the shooting, including whether or not the incident is related to a gang, are still under active investigation,” authorities said on Friday. No other details were given.

A 14-year-old boy from Olivehurst is being treated in hospital in critical condition on Friday after a shot with his older brother last nightsaid the authorities.

The shooting occurred on Thursday around 4:20 p.m. at McGowan Parkway and Fleming Avenue in Olivehurst, said the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department.

Authorities found the 14-year-old with life-threatening injuries and transported him to a local hospital. He was then taken to a Sacramento area hospital where he remains in critical condition, according to authorities.

The boy’s 15-year-old brother was taken into custody on Thursday night.

Investigators believe many other minors were the targets of the shooting. Authorities say they fled the scene and were later contacted by detectives.

“The circumstances surrounding the shooting, including whether or not the incident is gang-related, are still under active investigation,” authorities said on Friday.

No other details were given.

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