2 Injured in Shooting at Popular South L.A. Soul Food Restaurant

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Gunfire erupted at a popular restaurant in South Los Angeles late Monday afternoon, leaving two people wounded, police said.

The shooting occurred about 4:15 p.m. after two people began arguing inside Carolyn's Kitchen in the 800 block of East Manchester Avenue, Los Angeles Police Officer Mike Lopez said. The pair left but returned shortly later with at least one weapon and opened fire.

After the shooting, the pair tried to drive away, but crashed in the restaurant's parking lot. They then fled on foot.

Minutes later, two people matching the suspects' description carjacked a woman down the street, Lopez said.

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