Los Angeles Police Seek Attacker In Freeway Shooting
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities are seeking an attacker who shot up a car on a Southern California freeway, narrowly missing the driver.
It happened 12:30 a.m. Friday on State Route 170 in the North Hollywood area.
Authorities say three people in a silver sedan pulled up beside a driver and someone opened fire in an unprovoked and apparently random attack.
The car was hit three times and one bullet shattered window glass. The driver wasn’t seriously injured.
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