A Fulton County jury delivered a post-apportionment award of more than $1.1 million to a passenger in a car who was shot in a gas station shootout as the driver peeled away.

The jury awarded more than $1.7 million, but allocated 66 percent of the blame to the gas station’s operator, splitting the remaining liability between the unidentified shooter and the driver, who was not a party to the case.

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