Four wounded in drive-by gun attack in Italy: media

Four people were wounded today after shots were fired on passersby from a car driving around a town in central Italy, Italian media reported.

The television news channel Rai News 24 said the shots came from an Alfa Romeo with two people on board who are now being sought by police.

The newspaper Corriere Adriatico said four people were wounded in the incident in the town of Macerata, one of them in serious condition.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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