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Bullets fired during the fatal shooting in Leeds ricocheted off the window of the home opposite, ITV Calendar reported.
Neighbours of the two men who were shot in Leeds say the pair were brothers of Polish origin.
Evidence of the fatal gun attack could be seen in the window of the pair's rented house in the Wortley area of the city.
One victim, a 21-year-old, was killed in the attack while the other man is in a stable condition after suffering injuries to his lower body caused by gun shot wounds.
Detectives investigating a double shooting in Leeds, which left one man dead, have confirmed the 21-year-old victim was a Polish national living in the city.
Another man, aged 31, remains in hospital in a stable condition suffering injuries to his lower body caused by gun shot wounds.
The shooting happened around 5.30pm yesterday at Blue Hill Crescent in Wortley. Detectives believe the men were shot inside the address after the gunmen arrives and entered the house.
Detectives said a 31-year-old man is being treated for serious wounds to his lower body after a double shooting in Leeds.
The incident took place on Blue Hill Crescent in the Wortley area of west Leeds.
One man was killed and another seriously injured after a double shooting. The pair were attacked inside a house in Leeds at around 5.30pm yesterday.
They were both taken to hospital but one of the victims, 21, was pronounced dead a short time later.