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SHOOTING: Twice in 1 week, Waterloo police called to Logan Ave.

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WATERLOO (KWWL) - Waterloo Police said one man was injured in Tuesday night's shooting at the intersection of Logan Avenue and Argyle Street in Waterloo, and was taken to Allen Hospital. Police said he is expected to recover with non-life threatening injuries.

Police were called to the same intersection twice within five days on reports of shots fired.

Last Thursday, police were called on a report of shots fired at Logan and Argyle, in which the property at 303 Logan was damaged as well as some surrounding homes.

Neighbors said they woke up to the sound of gunfire Tuesday night, and are now worried for their safety after repeated events.

"My bedroom is upstairs, and my bed is right there right by the window. So, if they decide to get crazy with their shooting, then there's always a possibility of a stray bullet going through there," Argyle Street resident Elaine Bolton said.

Waterloo Police told KWWL Wednesday morning the case is under investigation, and there are no suspects at this time.
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