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Woman Shot in Isabella County

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We have a crew on the scene of a shooting in Isabella County where a woman was badly hurt.

Right now, it's unclear if it was an accident or not.

Deputies on scene tell us shotgun fire hit a 32-year-old woman on West Rosebush Road in Nottawa Township.

She was airlifted to a hospital in Grand Rapids.

Her condition is unknown.

We will continue to follow this story throughout the night.

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