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Two teens shot while pushing vehicle after running out of gas, California police say

The Charlotte Observer logo The Charlotte Observer 6/30/2022 Don Sweeney, The Charlotte Observer

Two people with guns opened fire on five people who ran out of gas in Union City, injuring two boys, California police reported.

The five people were pushing their vehicle to a gas station just before 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, when two people confronted them, Union City police said in a news release.

After a “verbal exchange,” the two opened fire, hitting a 15-year-old and a 17-year-old, police said. Both boys were taken to hospitals but are expected to survive.

No arrests have been made, and the investigation continues, police said.

They ask that anyone with information contact Detective Daniel Rivas at or 510-675-5399. Anonymous tips can be left at 510-675-5207.

Union City, population 70,000, is a city north of Fremont in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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