Michael Dunconson, 16, sits on the basketball court at 8700 N.W. 17th Ave. on Tuesday, where 9 people were shot a day earlier. Michael said, "God helped me dodge a bullet" yesterday as he was going to meet two of his friends at the court to play basketball, but his bike was broken. He arrived at the park today looking for his friends and found out they were in the hospital.
Michael Dunconson, 16, sits on the basketball court at 8700 N.W. 17th Ave. on Tuesday, where 9 people were shot a day earlier. Michael said, "God helped me dodge a bullet" yesterday as he was going to meet two of his friends at the court to play basketball, but his bike was broken. He arrived at the park today looking for his friends and found out they were in the hospital. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Michael Dunconson, 16, sits on the basketball court at 8700 N.W. 17th Ave. on Tuesday, where 9 people were shot a day earlier. Michael said, "God helped me dodge a bullet" yesterday as he was going to meet two of his friends at the court to play basketball, but his bike was broken. He arrived at the park today looking for his friends and found out they were in the hospital. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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