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A girl and a boy have been hospitalized after being shot by the driver of a car at which they threw snowballs

Two kids throwing snowballs at passing cars were shot by a driver at which they threw the snowballs in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, police said and reported by CNN.

It is noted that two children, aged 12 and 13, threw snowballs at passing cars with their other friends. One of the drivers stopped and opened fire.

The driver of a white Toyota injured a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. Injuries to both children are not life-threatening. However, both children were hospitalized. The shooter is wanted by the police.

Milwaukee police asked tipsters with information about the suspect or the incident to contact the department at 414-935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-8477.

Recall, in December at a party in the U.S., there was a shooting, during which 13 people were injured.

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