August 28, 2013 Los Angeles California (CBSLA) – Two people were killed and one person was critically injured in a drive-by shooting Tuesday afternoon in Hyde Park.
Capt. Tom McMullen of the Los Angeles Police Department said a group of men were standing in front of the 1700 block of West 27th Street around 4 p.m. when a vehicle drove by and shots were fired.
Two victims, described to be in their mid-20s, were initially struck with gunfire. They died at the scene.
A third victim, also in his mid-20s, was shot as he fled southbound. He was taken to the hospital.
McMullen said the incident appears to be gang-related.
“The area where the victims were hanging out is a specific gang area,” he said.
McMullen, however, did not know if the victims were affiliated with a gang.
A description of a suspect(s) has not been released.
No other information was immediately available
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