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A man was shot during the riots in Lexington, Kentucky following the Wildcat’s win over the Kansas Jayhawks on Monday night. “Confirmed with police: Man is shot & paramedics tending to as we spaek,” tweeted ESPN’s Jeannine Edwards. “Police also telling me there have been roughly 50 fires & 25 EMS runs along with fire...Read the Rest...
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