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Thornton Police investigate shooting

Northbound Huron Street between 88th Avenue and 91st Avenue was closed while police investigated the shooting.

THORNTON, Colo. — The Thornton Police Department (TPD) is investigating a shooting in the 8800 block of Huron Street.

The shooting was reported around 10:15 a.m., according to TPD. The shooting happened in the roadway and is thought to be between two vehicles that left the area, TPD said in a tweet.

No injuries were reported and officers closed northbound Huron Street from 88th Avenue to 91st Avenue, as investigators processed the scene.

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