Two men shot in Hikes Point while driving, both in critical condition

Two men were shot and critically injured in Hikes Point Saturday afternoon, according to Louisville Metro Police. Around 2:45 pm, LMPD Sixth Division officers responded to a report of a shooting near the intersection of Hikes Lane and Breckinridge Lane. When they got there, they learned that two men were traveling northbound when someone in another vehicle fired at them. Both men were severely injured and taken to UofL Hospital in critical condition. Traffic at the intersection is currently being diverted while an investigation is conducted. Due to the nature of the injuries, LMPD Homicide is on the case. There have been no arrests as of this report.Commander Arnold Rivera with the LMPD said that with respect to the size of the scene, where the incident started and all related information is being investigated by the homicide. He said they would give an update as soon as they could. Anyone with information is asked to call the anonymous Crime Tip Hotline at 502-574-LMPD (5673) or use the online Crime Tip Portal.

Two men were shot and critically injured in Hikes Point Saturday afternoon, according to Louisville Metro Police.

Around 2:45 pm, LMPD Sixth Division officers responded to a report of a shooting near the intersection of Hikes Lane and Breckinridge Lane.

When they got there, they learned that two men were traveling northbound when someone in another vehicle fired at them.

Both men were severely injured and taken to UofL Hospital in critical condition.

Traffic at the intersection is currently being diverted while an investigation is conducted.

2 men shot in hikes point

Due to the nature of the injuries, LMPD Homicide is on the case. There have been no arrests as of this report.

Commander Arnold Rivera with the LMPD said that with respect to the size of the scene, where the incident started and all related information is being investigated by the homicide. He said they would give an update as soon as they could.

Anyone with information is asked to call the anonymous Crime Tip Hotline at 502-574-LMPD (5673) or use the online Crime Tip Portal.

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