Gunman asks for injured boy in car-to-car shooting on 110 freeway

The California Highway Patrol is asking the public for help in finding the gunman who shot a car carrying three children on the 110 freeway in South Los Angeles earlier this week, in which a child’s glass was broken and bloodied.

California Highway Patrol Officer Edgar Figueroa said the shooting took place on Tuesday evening in the north-facing lanes of the 110 freeway, south of Torrance Boulevard.

It was around 7:30 in the evening when a mother was driving with her three children, she saw a car behind her and its lights flashing in her rearview mirror, the woman Told KTLA,

The woman, who did not give her name, said she slowed down, then saw the car going down an alley to her right. Then he heard the shots.

“It was about three or four shots to my car,” she said. “It was like, ‘Pow, pow, pow.'”

The front passenger’s side window was broken and his 13-year-old son was cut through the glass. The gunman fled from the spot.

The CHP officials retaliated after the woman was reported to have retreated and opened fire.

The gunman’s vehicle was described only as a white Mazda without a license plate.

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