Two Southern California freeway shootings, one fatal, investigated

March 31, 2008 02:12

A man died Sunday after being shot in the head while driving on a San Fernando Valley freeway, while a second non-fatal freeway shooting was being investigated in Long Beach, authorities said. The incidents were the latest in a string of Southern California freeway shootings stretching back several weeks. The San Fernando Valley victim is thought to have crashed his car after being shot in the head on the 101 Freeway, Los Angeles police Officer Norma Eisenman said. The unidentified man was found early Sunday by rescue crews responding to a report of a rolled-over vehicle on the freeway, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Cecil Manresa said.

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