Lockdown lifted at two Miami-Dade schools following a drive-by shooting in the area



The lockdown prompted by a drive-by shooting that left at least one person injured near two public schools was lifted Friday afternoon.

The shooting took place at 3:11 p.m. on the 4700 block of Northwest 24th Avenue in Miami.

Brownsville Middle School and Earlington Heights Elementary School where locked down until 4:30 p.m., a Miami-Dade Police Department spokesman said.

The unidentified victim, who was shot in the arm, was in critical but stable condition at Ryder Trauma Center.

The shooter remained at large as of Friday evening.

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