One dead after Myrtle Beach shooting

 One dead after Myrtle Beach shooting


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One person has died after being shot Monday morning in Myrtle Beach, police said.

Myrtle Beach police responded to a call for a medical situation about 11 a.m. at the 200 block of Cedar Street, Master Cpl. Thomas Vest said. When police arrived on scene, they found that someone had been shot. The person was taken to the hospital.

Just before 4 p.m., Vest confirmed that the victim had died at the hospital.

Myrtle Beach police are investigating the shooting as a homicide, Vest said. The Horry County Coroner’s Office has not yet publicly identified the victim.

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Jenna Farhat is a reporter covering the South Strand. She has served as the managing editor and the news editor of The Sunflower, an independent, student-run newspaper covering Wichita State University. During her time there, she won several Kansas Collegiate Media awards for her investigative reporting and for feature writing. While she served as managing editor, The Sunflower won awards from the Associated College Press and the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government. She has been with The Sun News since 2020. She was born in Ohio and grew up in Wichita, Kansas. She is fluent in Arabic.





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