Man shows up at hospital shot, seriously hurt

A car parked near the hospital’s front door is towed after police investigate it, connected to a shooting.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A man was seriously hurt in an apparent shooting late Monday night.

Officers responded to a hospital around 11:30 p.m. after a man showed up with a gunshot wound. Police at the scene told NewsChannel 15 the man was apparently shot at a different location before driving to the hospital.

The victim was identified later as 46-year-old Lewis Bright.

Police said Bright was shot while he sat in his car as he left a home at 3312 Lillie St. Bright suffered several gunshot wounds to the right upper and inner thigh area and to the right foot, police said.

A police car is parked on Lillie Street as police investigate a shooting in the area.

Officers searched for evidence on the ground and looked at parked cars along Lille Street.

At the hospital, a car could be seen parked near the front entrance. It was towed from the scene.

No other information about the shooting was released. It’s not clear if police have a suspect or a motive for the shooting.