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3 teenagers injured in shooting in northwest Miami-Dade

15-year-old boy not expected to survive

An investigation is ongoing after three juveniles were shot in Miami-Dade County, including a 15-year-old boy who is not expected to survive his injuries.
An investigation is ongoing after three juveniles were shot in Miami-Dade County, including a 15-year-old boy who is not expected to survive his injuries.

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – An investigation is ongoing after three juveniles were shot in Miami-Dade County, including a 15-year-old boy who is not expected to survive his injuries.

Miami-Dade police say that Wrollan P. Foulkes, 15, was critically injured and isn’t expected to survive.

The other two victims’ identities were not released, but authorities confirmed that one teen had been released from the hospital and another was in stable condition. One is 15 and the other 14.

They were all rushed to Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue workers.

The shooting happened Monday evening along the 2200 block of Northwest 51st Street. According to police, officers responded to a Shot Spotter alert and discovered the victims.

The victims were standing on the street corner when someone approached them and opened fire, police said. The suspect then ran away, according to investigators.

Miami-Dade Police Director Alfredo “Freddy” Ramirez condemned the shooting in a tweet Tuesday morning.

Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.


About the Authors:

Liane Morejon is an Emmy-winning reporter who joined the Local 10 News family in January 2010. Born and raised in Coral Gables, Liane has a unique perspective on covering news in her own backyard.

Trent Kelly is an award-winning multimedia journalist who joined the Local 10 News team in June 2018. Trent is no stranger to Florida. Born in Tampa, he attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he graduated with honors from the UF College of Journalism and Communications.