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Two Shot in Detroit after Argument Over Kool-Aid In DetroitTwo innocent bystanders were shot by men arguing over who made the best Kool-Aid in Detroit’s Brightmoor neighborhood, News Talk 1200AM reports.

The two men were so passionate about their Kool-Aid-making skills that, sadly, they took out their guns and started popping off rounds at each other. But, instead of shooting themselves, their rounds connected with two other people standing nearby. One was hit in the wrist and the other was shot in the butt.

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The victims were only 17-year-old kids. They were treated at a local hospital and released. Both are expected to fully recover. Police are looking for the Kool-Aid masters.

When asked about the incident, police say they’ve seen worse. Lord help our young people! Go to News Talk 1200AM in Detroit for more on this story.

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