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Black Man On Life Support After Being Shot By Police

(Vancouver, WA) -- An investigation continues into the police shooting of a Black man in Vancouver, Washington. The Vancouver NAACP Branch says the family of 30-year-old Jenoah D. Donald is preparing for his funeral after doctors told them that nothing more can be done for him. Donald was rushed to a hospital Thursday night and placed on life support after a Clark County Sheriff's deputy shot him during a traffic stop at Northeast 68th Street and Second Avenue in the Hazel Dell neighborhood. The sheriff's office says four deputies involved in the shooting are on critical incident leave per standard practice. Police still aren't offering any answers into what led to the shooting. The shooting happened less than a mile away from the police killing of 21-year-old Black man Kevin Peterson Jr. during a botched drug bust in October.

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