Pasco man with gunshot wounds dies in hospital

Pasco man with gunshot wounds dies in hospital

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PASCO COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

Pasco County deputies reported of a gunshot victim in Land O' Lakes area near State Road 54 and Highway 41 early Friday morning.

Pasco County Sheriff's Office detectives responded to a 7-11 store at 2400 U.S. Highway 41 shortly after 4 a.m. They told us, they found an injured 26-year-old man there. Paramedics took him to the St. Joseph's hospital with potentially life threatening injuries.

According to the PCSO report, he died at the hospital shortly after arrival.

PCSO detectives are currently investigating the incident at a home where they believe the shooting had occurred. Stay with wfla.com, for updates in this investigation.

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