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In D.C., weekend gunfire kills 1, wounds 12

At least 13 people were shot in the District in five incidents spread over all quadrants of the city between Friday night and Sunday morning, police said. One shooting was fatal, and another came during a carjacking.

Six people, three men and three women, were wounded in one incident, which occurred early Sunday on N Street SW, just west of South Capitol Street.

Four people were shot just before midnight Friday night in Northeast at Second Street and Todd Place.

In the carjacking, a man was shot and wounded about 2:45 a.m. Sunday in the 2300 block of Hartford Street SE. Another shooting occurred in Southeast about 1 a.m. Saturday in the 2000 block of Savannah Terrace.

The homicide occurred about 11 p.m. Friday near Quebec Place and Warder Street NW.

No connections were apparent among the incidents.

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