Man suffers broken ribs, collapsed lung in Stamford shooting

A man is recovering after being shot in Stamford last night. Investigators say the gunfire started between two groups on Ludlow Street at around 10:30

STAMFORD - A man is recovering after being shot in Stamford last night.

Investigators say the gunfire started between two groups on Ludlow Street at around 10:30 p.m.

Police say the shooting left the man in the hospital with two broken ribs and a collapsed lung.

Stray bullets hit two nearby homes. Police say six stray rounds went into 41 Ludlow St., where one of the bullets hit a woman's mattress. Another two shots went into a different home on Ludlow Street.

Anyone with information is asked to call Stamford police at 203-977-4444.

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