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Woman injured in San Fernando Valley shooting

Map shows approximate location of incident in black and recent crime reports in brown and red. Click for more details on The Times' interactive Crime L.A. project.

A young woman was injured early Sunday morning in the San Fernando Valley in what police say they are regarding as a gang-related shooting.

The victim, an 18- or 19-year-old woman, was shot twice by a suspect in a vehicle on the 16900 block of Devonshire Street at about 1 a.m., said Lt. Silva Atwater at the Los Angeles Police Department's Devonshire station. She did not have a description of the supect's vehicle.

The victim was transported to Northridge Hospital Medical Center and is in stable condition, Atwater said.


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Map: The shooting's approximate location is shown in black. Other recent reported crimes are in brown and red. Credit: Los Angeles Times

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