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Man dies from gunshot wound in Little Rock

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Little Rock police say a man has died from a gunshot wound.

Police spokesman Lt. Sidney Allen says officers were called to Longcoy St. shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday and found a man lying in the street with at least one gunshot wound to his torso.

Emergency workers and firefighters performed lifesaving techniques, but the man died later a hospital. His name and age have not been released.

A suspect is not in custody.

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