Chevy Blazer Shooting Victims Crash, Almost Make It To The Hospital | HARBOR CITY, CA 2.8.21

HARBOR CITY, CALIFORNIA – In a mutual aid effort, City and County first responders helped get at least two shooting victims to the hospital Monday morning. LAFD firefighters and LAPD officers were dispatched to a location of a shooting call in Harbor City. When they arrived they were unable to locate any victims. They did find blood and possibly other pieces of evidence after scouring the corner of 255th St and Normandie. During their investigation, they were informed that there were two victims of a shooting in an older blue Chevy Blazer at a parking lot of Bank of America on Vermont and Sepulveda. Of the two victims at least one of them was transported to Harbor UCLA hospital in critical condition and is currently in the trauma unit. Although the case is in its preliminary stages and there was not much information to gather, there was talk of a traffic accident in the area of Normandie and 255th St in Harbor City at the time of the early morning shooting. It is believed that the victims of the shooting may have collided with another vehicle while speeding off in an effort to privately transport themselves to the hospital. They weren’t able to complete the mile and a half drive to the ER and that’s when the driver pulled into the B of A parking lot on Vermont and Sepulveda.