- A female shooter is at large after injuring four people near Los Angeles’ Skid Row on Thursday, police said.
- No description of the shooter was immediately available.
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Los Angeles police said they are searching for a women who shot and injured four people near the notorious Skid Row Thursday afternoon.
LAPD Officer Rosario Cervantes told KTLA that gunshots rang out near Fifth Street and San Julian just after noon. Skid Row is an area of downtown Los Angeles known for its permanent homeless encampment.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found four people, including two women, suffering non-life-threatening injuries. Three people were transported to the hospital for treatment, ABC 7 reported.
Cervantes said they are looking for a female shooter, but gave no further description.
The shooting comes a day after a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was wounded after being shot in the parking lot of a sheriff’s station in Lancaster, California.
There is currently no description of that shooter, who is believed to have shot the deputy from a sniper’s nest, according to ABC News. The two shootings aren’t known to be connected.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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