STAMFORD, Conn., -- A 28-year-old man was shot six times while his 21-year-old girlfriend was shot twice early Sunday after they drove from a Greenwich Avenue club early Sunday.
The man was shot in the right leg, groin, right arm and abdomen and is slated to have surgery Sunday at Stamford Hospital. The woman was shot in her abdomen and right leg and is in stable condition after undergoing surgery.
Police said the woman called 911 at 2:40 a.m. to say she and her boyfriend were at Stamford Hospital's front door and couldn't get into the hospital. Police arrived and found the couple with EMS taking them to the Emergency Room located in the back entrance.
Stamford police discovered that the 2012 black Nissan Sentra had been shot at nine times and thus striking both the driver and passenger several times. The female was the driver and he told police that they were departing a nightclub on Greenwich Ave and headed towards I-95 when someone pulled alongside of them and started shooting. She could not give an exact location of the shooting incident and we were not able to find a primary scene at this point. They then drove themselves to the hospital.
Police said the man didn't cooperate with officers at the hospital.
Police are asking anyone who has information in this shooting to call the Stamford Police Detective Bureau at 203-977-4417. All calls will be kept confidential.
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