JOHNSTOWN — Emergency responders remove a victim after two people were shot Saturday night at a home in the 700 block of Highland Avenue in Johnstown, city police said. City police Officer Erin Kabler said one man was in critical condition and a second man was shot in the knee. Both were taken to Memorial Medical Center. The shooting happened at 5:53 p.m. Police are searching for the occupants of two vehicles that may have been involved, Kabler said. No further details were available.
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