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1 Hurt in Daylight Shooting in Boston's Downtown Crossing District

Police are investigating; it wasn't immediately clear if anyone had been arrested

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A person was shot in downtown Boston Friday afternoon, police said.

The shooting took place about 1:45 p.m. in the Downtown Crossing shopping district, according to the Boston Police Department. The wounded person is expected to survive.

Police are investigating; it wasn't immediately clear if anyone had been arrested.

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The shooting took place near Primark and Old Navy stores.

The MBTA said a Franklin Street exit of the Downtown Crossing Orange Line T stop Franklin was closed during a police investigation.

Aerial footage showed a plaza taped off by police.

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