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A man died after he was shot near 29th Avenue and Thor Street in Spokane on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (Chad Sokol / The Spokesman-Review)

Victim in South Hill shooting identified 

A man suffering from a gunshot wound was found Tuesday night while driving erratically on the South Hill. Callers reported the driver near Rockwood and Southeast boulevards about 10 p.m., Spokane police said in a news release. Police found the driver about five minutes later and discovered he had been shot. Officers, firefighters and paramedics provided aid before he was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.

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