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Man shot in rear end during St. Petersburg gas station fight

ST. PETERSBURG — One man is recovering after a fight at a gas station late Thursday turned violent.

Keyan Ramos, 18, was fighting with several people who had pulled up to a K Foods store at 1421 22nd St. S, according to St. Petersburg police.

During the fight, someone shot Ramos in the buttocks. Police arrived at about midnight and took him to a hospital. His injuries were not reported as life-threatening.

The people Ramos was fighting with got in their vehicle and drove away, police said. Police did not release a description of the vehicle or the people involved.

Man shot in rear end during St. Petersburg gas station fight 03/15/13 [Last modified: Friday, March 15, 2013 7:06pm]
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