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N. Chas police probe I-526 shooting

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North Charleston police are investigating a shooting on Interstate 526 that left two men wounded early Sunday.

Shortly after 2 a.m., officers found a wrecked Toyota Camry on I-526 near Montague Avenue. The driver, Twaun Faber of Goose Creek, was bleeding from his chin and an area near his groin, and he appeared to have a bullet lodged in his cheek, police said.

Faber, 25, told police he and some friends were traveling from one nightclub to another when a light-colored sport utility vehicle pulled up beside them and someone started shooting. Faber was wounded, as was a passenger, Leandra Bright, 26, of North Charleston, police said.

Faber was taken to Medical University Hospital for treatment, while Bright went to Roper Hospital ER-Northwoods, police said.

The incident remains under investigation, and no arrests have been made.

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