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Youngstown man killed; brother wounded in south side shooting

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - One man is dead and his brother is hospitalized after an argument escalated into gunfire on Youngstown's south side.

The shooting happened just after 5:30 p.m. Friday evening at the corner of Southern Boulevard and East Judson Avenue, in front of Breeze Car Waxing.

According to a police report, 25-year-old Elliot Stewart of Youngstown died after being shot in the chest. His brother 26-year-old Derrick Stewart was shot in the hip.

Derrick Stewart  told police that a man driving a burgundy and gold colored Chevy Suburban began fired shots outside the family business, and continued to fire as he drove north bound on Southern Boulevard.

Witnesses tell police they heard eight gunshots.   People on scene described the man as a light skinned black man wearing a blue jacket.

A bulletin issued by Youngstown Police refers to the suspect as armed and dangerous

Derrick Stewart was hospitalized in stable condition late Friday night.

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