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Door-to-door surveys continue the push to stop Louisville violence

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - Community members are taking steps to try to reduce the violence in Louisville. 

This comes days after 16-month-old Ne'Riah Miller was shot and killed while sitting on the front porch with her mother. 

It happened Wednesday evening on South 27th Street in the Shawnee neighborhood. 

Today, members of the organization Brothers Helping Brothers went door to door to hear from people living in the neighborhood. 

They took surveys, wanting to see what community members would like to see happen to stop the violence.

"There's a lot of stuff that people have done in the neighborhood in the past to try to get teenagers to come off the streets and do other things and it hasn't worked so far," said Terrance Gibbs, who lives in the Shawnee neighborhood.

The little girl's mother, Cierra Miller-Twyman, was also shot and taken to the hospital.

No arrests have been made in this shooting. 

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