Four people injured in shooting at Wilmington home

Four people were injured in a shooting at a Wilmington home early Monday, police said. 

The shooting was reported about 12:40 a.m. in the 1000 block of North McDonald Avenue, said Sgt. G. Pinel of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Harbor station. There appeared to be a gathering of some sort at the home, Pinel said. 

Four victims — two men and two women — were hospitalized. Three are in stable condition and one of the women is in critical condition, Pinel said. 

No witnesses have come forward and there is no suspect information, Pinel said.


“Everyone is being uncooperative for the most part,” Pinel said.

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