Man Arrested After Allegedly Opening Fire in South L.A. Wounding Woman on DASH Bus, Police Say

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Los Angeles police on Saturday arrested a man who they said opened fire at a busy South Los Angeles intersection, injuring a woman aboard a public bus.

The incident occurred about noon at the busy intersection of Slauson and Vermont avenues, police said. Officers responding to the scene found a man firing a handgun.

Three to four rounds struck a Los Angeles Department of Transportation DASH bus, Los Angeles Police Sgt. Thomas Bojorquez said.

A female adult, about age 60, was grazed in the head by one of the shots and was transported to a local hospital, where she was listed in stable condition, Bojorquez said. It is possible the woman was injured by shattered glass, but police are treating her injury as a gunshot wound, he said.

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