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Girl, 4, is grazed by bullet in Inglewood

October 22, 2009 |  2:16 pm

A 4-year-old girl caught in crossfire was grazed by a bullet today in Inglewood, police said.

Three men were shooting at someone inside a car in the 1200 block of North Centinela Avenue about 12:40 p.m. when  the girl was hit by gunfire, said Lt. Mike Marshall of the Inglewood Police Department.

She was wounded in the head and taken to a hospital, where she was in stable condition, Marshall said.

Inglewood police are searching for the suspects, who police believe are no longer in the area.

—My-Thuan Tran

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