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2 people shot in car in Stafford County, Virginia

Police are still searching for a suspect in this case.

STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — A shooting in Stafford County resulted in two people shot and several active crime scenes Monday afternoon.

Deputies responded to Elkton Drive for the report of gunfire around 4 p.m.

Police said a red sedan then drove away from the area and deputies followed on Enon Road to U.S. 1.

A person then bailed out of the car, according to police, near Hulls Chapel, where officers began their search for that individual. They said the pursuit ended near Potomac Creek with a rolling roadblock, where they ultimately found two victims who had been shot.

As a result of the incident, U.S. 1 was closed in both directions at Potomac Creek. The road has since reopened. 

Police have not yet found the driver of the red sedan. 

This is a developing story. WUSA9 will update this story once more information is confirmed by our newsroom.


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