Shooting in Wisconsin leaves 6 dead, 1 injured

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June 10, 2007 15:27

 
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A shooting in a house in southern Wisconsin left six people dead and one injured, the police chief of the city of Delavan said Sunday. Police responding to a report of shots fired found six people dead Saturday night inside a house in this southern Wisconsin city, Chief Tim O'Neill said. A child who had been shot in the chest was found in a car outside the house, he said. Delavan is 45 miles (70 kilometers) southwest of Milwaukee.

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