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Last updated on Friday, September 14, 2012
(FORT WAYNE) - The gunman who fired shots at an ambulance in an early morning shooting Sunday in Fort Wayne will face four counts of attempted murder.
Authorities say 24-year old Traneilous Jackson was in the car that followed the rescue vehicle carrying a stabbing victim.
Jackson allegedly also fired on a car that followed the ambulance. According to police, the ambulance was struck by more than 16 bullets, while the car was targeted 16 to 20 times.
One victim in that car was shot 10 times. The shooting was said to be revenge for the stabbing of Jackson's brother at a Fort Wayne nightclub about a half hour before.
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