Long Beach, California 2021-01-12 22:38:33 –
Officials said the man was in crisis after being shot while driving at North Long Beach on Tuesday night.
According to police spokeswoman Alison Gallagher, few details are readily available, but a shooting took place between two cars heading north on Cherry Avenue from Rogers Street just before 5:20 pm. It seems.
Detectives are still trying to determine if the occupants of both vehicles were firing at each other Or, if the shooting came from only one, Gallagher said.
In any case, police said the shooting struck the driver with a single vehicle, which crashed after about a block near 56th Avenue and Cherry Avenue. According to Gallagher, police found a man with a gunshot wound on his upper body in the car, and rescue workers rushed him to the hospital.
According to Gallagher, police are still not sure if anyone was in the victim’s car, as a crowd had already formed around the car by the time the police arrived.
She said the other vehicles were last seen heading west on 56th Avenue. Police said there was no explanation for the suspect or possible motive for the shooting.
Both sides of Cherry Avenue from South Street to Market Street were closed during a police investigation.
The shooting took place about a mile after another shooting on Monday afternoon, leaving the man in a critical but stable state. Police arrested the suspect in the case after he bent over.