EL PASO, Texas -- A northeast El Paso shooting victim was clinging to life at a local hospital early Saturday in what was the city's second shooting within a few hours.
Police said the latest shooting happened prior to 3:30 a.m. in the 4400 block of Loma Diamente in a residential neighborhood.
The victim suffered "life-threatening injuries," according to a police spokesman. There was no word of any arrests in the incident.
Hours earlier, another man was shot and wounded in far east El Paso late Friday. In that case, police indicated at least one arrest had been made and officers were tracking a pair of additional suspects.