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Frenchman shot

Frenchman shot

A French electrical engineer was shot and seriously wounded after a minor traffic

accident outside Calmette hospital late at night on Wednesday June 5.

Police said Daniel Sali, 37, had stopped to buy bread outside the hospital, and as

he was backing his four-wheel-drive knocked two motor bikes carrying four civilians

and a man in a bodyguard uniform.

When he and his companion got out of their vehicle to see what happened, he was shot

in the stomach by one of the men.

He was operated on at Calmette hospital and is now in a serious condition.

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