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  Three people were injured, one critically, in a shooting inside a bar in the Argay Terrace neighborhood.    

Story by The Oregon Herald staff
Published on Saturday July 24, 2021 - 1:47 AM
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PORTLAND, Oregon - Police were sent to a shooting in a bar in the 13900 block of Northeast Sandy Boulevard. When officers arrived they found a chaotic scene, with numerous witnesses and three people injured. One adult male had a gunshot wound to the chest. Another adult male was hit in the upper leg and an adult female was shot in the hip. Officers applied first aid, including at least one tourniquet, to the victims until Portland Fire and Rescue and American Medical Response took over care. The three victims were transported to a hospital by ambulance. One male remains in critical condition.

People in the bar tackled the suspect, a male, and tried to hold him down until police arrived, but he was able to get up and escape. A patron did wrestle away the gun and passed it along to police. It was placed in evidence (photo).

The Enhanced Community Safety Team (ECST) responded to the scene and is investigating. If anyone has information about this case, please reference case number 21-201085 and e-mail .

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Preliminary information is that there have been 651 shooting incidents in the city of Portland this year, 181 involving injuries. In those, 215 people were injured by gunfire. The statistics are subject to change as more information is received and do not include suicide attempts. These are unofficial counts and recent cases may be misreported. For verified shooting information, see PPB's Open Data page at . The dashboard is a representation of shooting incidents where a firearm was discharged and reported to the Portland Police Bureau. The report is updated approximately 15 days after the end of the month.