Retracing Sunday Night's Shooting Spree

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I'm convinced that Google Maps will someday provide us with a form of virtual travel that's just as good as the real thing. For example, I already use the Web site (and its incredible Street View feature) to revisit places I've traveled and check out new places I'd like to see.

It can also be used for less exotic jaunts. Like retracing that shooting spree Sunday night in St. Louis that ended with four people shot within the span of five hours. Miraculously, none of the injuries are considered life threatening.


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Click the link above to check out an interactive map of the shootings or continue reading to see Street Views of the crime scenes. Yeah, I know. It's hardly Lonely Planet travel material. Let's call it Rough Guides.
  
Shooting #1: 10 p.m. Sunday. Man walking down the 900 block of Aubert Avenue (near North Kingshighway and Delmar) is shot in the arm.

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Shooting # 2: 10:10 p.m. Sunday. Victim shot in the 1500 block of Penrose Street near Blair Avenue. Victim's condition unavailable.

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Shooting #3: 2:01 a.m. Monday. Victim shot in the 1500 block of East Grand Boulevard near Cass Avenue. Victim's condition unavailable.

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Shooting #4: 2:53 a.m. Monday. A 23-year-old man shot while walking with two friends in the 4200 block of Blair Avenue in McRee Town. Victim hit in hip and hand.

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