By George Stephens • 24 February 2020 • 10:00
TAKING SHAPE: Javier Aureliano Garcia and Domingo Fernandez at the San Isidro site
Photo credit: Diputacion de Almeria
Spain’s National Police have arrested two people in the Sevillan town of Dos Hermnas after a shooting that injured a man with bad gun shots to his legs and his arms.
Whilst the victim thankfully didn’t receive life threading injuries police have made the two arrests and continue to investigate with more arrests possible.
The shooting took place in the town at 5.30PM with loud gun shots ringing through the air before the victim fell to the ground with blood pouring from his arm and both his legs.
Neighbours in the street of Maestro Font de Anta ducked for cover on hearing the shots being fired before calling 911 and alerting the police who were quickly on the scene.
Emergency services were called who responded rapidly and treated the victim for his gunshot wounds before transferring him to the Virgin del Valme hospital where he is currently recovering after having 5 bullets removed from his body.
The two persons arrested have yet to be named but are believed to be local men according to sources in the normally quiet town.
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