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Shooting victim runs to Cleveland rec center

Cleveland Police are currently investigating a felonious assault shooting which occurred Friday afternoon. 

Officers were called to 2511 E. 46 Street, the Lonnie Burton recreation center, in connection with the shooting.

When cops got there, they found a 33-year old man who had been shot in his leg.

Police say the victim told them he was confronted by a stranger at E. 43 and Quincy and shot by that same man.

The victim managed to run to the Lonnie Burton recreation center where they called police.

EMS responded and took him to MetroHealth Medical Center for treatment.

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