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One person wounded in deputy-involved shooting in Cudahy

Ois L.A. County sheriff’s detectives Thursday night were en route to a deputy-involved shooting in Cudahy.

The incident took place shortly before 10 p.m. in the 3700 block of Live Oak Street.

A sheriff’s report said a deputy shot one person. Deputies were searching for two other people who fled after the incident.

The Sheriff's Department patrols Cudahy.

No other details were available late Thursday night.


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Image: Map shows location of Thursday's deputy-involved shooting in Cudahy. Source: Google Maps

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