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Words exchanged before shooting in central El Paso that left two men injured

UPDATE (4/12): El Paso police say an argument led up to a shooting in central El Paso Monday evening.

Investigators say two men were walking on Clark towards a convenience store when people inside a Silver Nissan Altima drove up to them. Words were exchanged, and the Altima drove off.

But police say the Altima returned a short time later, and the two pedestrians were fired upon. They were taken to University Medical Center for treatment.

There were identified as 31-year-old Michael Ray Acosta and 22-year-old Enrique Duchene.

Police say the investigation is ongoing.

EL PASO -- Two men were injured during a shooting Monday evening in south central El Paso.

According to police the shooting took place near the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Clark Drive - that near I-10 and Trowbridge - at around 7:30 p.m.

Two men were taken to the hospital with gun shot wounds, police did not say how serious the injuries were.

Police have also not said what led to the shooting or if anyone is in custody at this time.

This is a developing story and we'll continue update this story as we learn additional information.

Edwin Delgado

Edwin Delgado is an ABC-7 producer.

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