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Sri Lanka: Three people injured in a shooting incident in Nittambuwa

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Three people were rushed to hospital following a shooting incident in Nittambuwa on Monday (9) afternoon.They were admitted to the Wathupitiywala Hospital and one of them is in critical condition.Moreover, three others also injured in the chaos were also admitted to the Wathupitiwala Hospital. .

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