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Three, including child, shot in Hot Springs

Posted By on Thu, May 1, 2014 at 6:57 AM

Details remain sketchy, but the Garland County sheriff's office reports that Mayela Mata, 26, was killed; a 20-month-old child was seriously wounded and a man received minor gunshot wounds in a 5 p.m. shooting Wednesday at apartments at 200 Springwood Road, off U.S. 70 southwest of Hot Springs.

A spokesman said the child was in stable but critical condition in a Little Rock hospital. The male victim was treated and released. Deputies have found a vehicle believed used by the suspect in the shooting.

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