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(Salt Lake City, KSL News) -- It appears that a 45-year-old man is going to be OK after being shot four times early this morning.
The victim was just getting to work when he was confronted. Police say he was sitting in his car when another man approached and started firing. He was shot once in the face and three times in the chest.
"From what we know so far, we feel like they do know each other and we're just trying to identify what the dispute was that would cause one of them to shoot the other," says detective Rob Hall.
An employee where the man works drove him to the hospital. Police say they know who the shooter is, but they're still looking for him.