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A woman was shot and seriously wounded when she confronted the driver of a carload of males who were flirting with her daughter and another teenage girl at a Pico-Union bus stop, a police officer said Monday.
One of the teens was also wounded in the shooting at Pico Boulevard and Bonnie Brae Street, which was reported about 11:30 p.m. Sunday, said Los Angeles police Officer I. Ibarra of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Rampart station.
The two teens were sitting at a bus stop when a car with males inside pulled up and the driver started “flirting” with the girls, Ibarra told City News Service.
One of the girls called her mother, and when the woman arrived, she confronted the driver and was shot twice in the lower abdomen, according to the officer, who said one of the tens was shot in the leg.
The mother and the girl, whose names were withheld, had stable vital signs when transported to a hospital, Ibarra said.
The suspects remained at large as of late Monday afternoon.
—City News Service
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