A car crash and shooting left one person with non-life threatening injuries early Saturday, Madison police Lt. Paul Bauman said.
Officers responded to reports of a car crash and shots fired in the 3800 block of Portage Road at 4:30 a.m. Police found one car with damage from a crash and multiple bullet holes. The driver was standing outside the vehicle and was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Bauman said police were trying to determine if the injuries are from the crash or from the shooting.
Police have not found the second vehicle believed to have been involved and no arrests had been made, Bauman said.
"The driver was extremely lucky given the bullet damage to the vehicle," Bauman said.
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"Unfortunately we are experiencing a high volume of armed robberies, several of these look like they could be the same suspect just based on clothing and appearance when they are done, but we have had so many it is hard to pin it all on one person or persons."