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Police: Man shot trying to drive away from shooting, crashes car

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WILSON, N.C. - The Wilson Police Department is investigating a shooting that lead to car crash.

Police say they received a call about shots fired at the intersection of Pender Street and Vance Street early Saturday morning.

Police say when they arrived, they discovered Nelson Dalmar Frieson had been shot. Officers say 41-year-old Frieson had been shot on Vance Street, tried to drive away, and crashed his car at the Academy and Pender Street. 

Police say Frieson was transported to Vidant Medical Center for a gunshot wound to lower part of his body.

If you have any information regarding this incident contact Crimestoppers.
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