Fort Worth police are investigating two shootings that occurred within 24 hours Tuesday.
Fort Worth police are investigating two shootings that occurred within 24 hours Tuesday. aijohn784 Getty Images/iStockphoto
Fort Worth police are investigating two shootings that occurred within 24 hours Tuesday. aijohn784 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Fort Worth police still investigating two fatal shootings that occurred on brutal Tuesday

August 03, 2017 06:55 PM

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