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Person found shot to death in Darlington County

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DARLINGTON, S.C. — One person was found shot to death in a car early Wednesday morning at the intersection of East Home Avenue and Patrick Highway.

Darlington County Coroner J. Todd Hardee said he has ruled the death a homicide and that he would release the victim's identity once the family has been notified.

The shooting is under investigation by the coroner's office and the Darlington County Sheriff's Office.

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