Man opens fire on neighbor in Vaud

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One man is in hospital and another under arrest after several shots were fired in Chavornay in canton Vaud.

Police say a 63-year-old man fired on his 44-year-old neighbour from his balcony. The victim is in the Lausanne University Hospital in a serious condition. 

It’s not known why the neighbour opened fire on Tuesday evening. 

An investigation is underway. 

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