Four injured in shooting at L.A. Metro’s Willowbrook station expected to survive, suspects still at large
Authorities are still searching for suspects involved in the shooting of four victims at the Metro train station in Willowbrook on Friday night, officials said.
The shooting occurred at the Rosa Parks station about 7:40 p.m., authorities said. Deputies responding to the scene found four people with gunshot wounds, said Ramon Montenegro, a spokesman for the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department’s Transit Services Bureau.
Initially, deputies listed three of the victims in critical condition and the fourth as noncritical, Montenegro said. All four victims were hospitalized.
All of them are in stable condition and are expected to survive, authorities said Saturday.
Investigators continued to examine evidence at the station, such as video from the platform and train, Montenegro said. Preliminary information suggests there are two or three suspects, he said.
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