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Two men wounded, suspect sought in shooting outside Hollywood recording studio

Police are searching for at least one suspect after two men were shot and wounded outside a recording studio in Hollywood Friday night, authorities said.

The shooting occurred about 11 p.m. near Cascade Studios in the 6600 block of Santa Monica Boulevard, said Sgt. Michael Kanoke of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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Two tourists struck by blow darts while walking on Golden Gate Bridge

Two tourists received an unfriendly welcome to San Francisco when, in a bizarre incident, they were shot with blow darts while walking along the Golden Gate Bridge, authorities said.

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Pedestrians hit by blow darts on Golden Gate Bridge

Authorities say two pedestrians were hit by blow darts while walking across the Golden Gate Bridge.

The California Highway Patrol says an officer patrolling the bridge on bicycle was flagged down Friday by a man who had been hit in the leg.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports the 5-inch long dart had sunk about two inches into the man's skin.

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'I'm a nice guy': O.C. jail escapee asserts innocence in jailhouse interview

The suspected mastermind of a three-man escape from a Southern California jail says he never intended to harm anyone during his eight days on the run.

In a jailhouse interview, Hossein Nayeri told the Orange County Register that he didn't want anyone to get hurt and asserted that he was innocent of the kidnapping and torture charges that landed him in jail two years ago.

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Three rescued from car that plunged into San Diego's Mission Bay

A group of people attending a bonfire came to the rescue Saturday, saving three men from a car that had plunged into Mission Bay.

The vehicle was traveling on the Fiesta Island loop when it missed a turn and dove into the water about 12:30 a.m., San Diego police said. The driver told authorities that he couldn’t see the turn due to foggy conditions.

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Coroner identifies two victims of suspected midair plane collision

The Los Angeles County coroner has identified two men killed in an apparent midair plane collision off the coast of San Pedro earlier this month. 

The coroner's office identified the men, the occupants of one plane, as Martin Clement, 61, of Redondo Beach, and 80-year-old James Garber III of Harbor City. Their bodies were found two miles from the Los Angeles Harbor on Feb. 7.

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