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Shots fired at LAPD officer in Harbor Gateway

Map shows area where shots were fired at an LAPD officer.

Los Angeles police were swarming a Harbor Gateway neighborhood Tuesday night after multiple shots were fired at an officer.

The attack was reported about 10 p.m. near Vermont Avenue and Rosecrans Boulevard, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

A police helicopter was flying overhead, and additional patrol units were responding to the scene as officers were setting up a perimeter and searching for suspects.

No injuries had been reported, said Officer Christopher No. It was unclear whether the officer returned the fire. No other details were immediately available. 


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Map shows area where shots were fired at an LAPD officer. Credit: Los Angeles Times Mapping L.A.
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