See the update at the end of this post disclosing the second shooting victim died and identifying the dead men.
ORIGINAL POST, SEPT. 27, 10:06 A.M.: Anaheim police officers, responding to a call around 10:45 p.m. Wednesday of multiple shots fired, arrived in the 100 block of North La Reina Circle to find two men in a red Chevy Blazer suffering from gunshot wounds. The pair was rushed to a local hospital, but one man died on the arrival. The second is clinging to life in what investigators believe is a gang-related hit.
Identities of both men are currently being withheld by police, who ask anyone with information about the shootings to call 714.765.1900.
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UPDATE, SEPT. 28, 9:37 A.M.: The man who'd been clinging to life in Wednesday night's North La Reina Circle shootings Wednesday night lost the battle, Anaheim Police announced.
Edwin Alarrazabal, 20, was pronounced dead shortly after 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
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Police also identified the victim who was pronounced dead on arrival as Ramon Magana, 22.
The "About" section of a Facebook page for a 22-year-old Ramon Magana of Anaheim states, "I got three kids and one on the way." That Magana worked in the trucking industry.
No arrests or details about the shooter or shooters has been released, but police are still seeking tips that can be left anonymously at Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855.TIP.OCCS (855.847.6227).