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Shooting on the 91 Freeway in Corona

Footage taken by KCAL NEWS

Just last week, on Friday the third, at sometime around 10:30 pm, there was a shooting reported. This shooting happened on the 91 Freeway in Corona. So far, not much information regarding the shooting has been revealed, but the following is about all the information news sources have gathered from the police and the two victims of the shooting.

According to an article published on City News Service, a woman (who wants to stay anonymous) was driving a white vehicle westbound on Friday the third near McKinley Street when she began to approach a slow-moving car in front of her. The woman decided to move around it instead of waiting, unaware of what would happen to her. The woman said this action seemed to anger the man driving the slow-moving vehicle. She believes this is the reason for his actions because after she passed him, she saw that the man had decided to follow her and then speed up his car next to her. That was when she tried to look at him, but it was too late to see the man. He had already taken out his firearm, and at that moment, he shot at her.

After the incident, the woman said this to the police: “He got distraught. He got beside me. I caught a quick glimpse of him, and all I heard was the shots. I heard three shots. I’m glad to be alive, to be honest,” (dialogue taken from KCAL NEWS)

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The woman had stated that she heard three shots, but only two bullets were recorded. Thankfully, the woman was left uninjured after the incident. The man who shot at her drove off without the woman being able to get a good look at him, his car, or what type of firearm he was using on her.

The woman was safe, but unfortunately, there was another innocent victim of the shooting. A man who was driving a blue vehicle, eastbound, on the other side of the road managed to be shot in the leg by the same rounds as when the woman was shot at; the man said that he had felt pain in his leg all of a sudden while he was driving and decided to exit the freeway while he could and call the police. Not long after, authorities arrived at the scene with medical care, and the man was then hospitalized and is said to be in stable condition and expected to have a swift recovery, according to the Los Angeles Times website. After the incident, both of the victim’s vehicles were taken for evidence purposes.

As of this moment, authorities have no information about the man who conducted the shooting in Corona. Nothing is known about this man’s appearance, whereabouts, etc.

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Johana Lopez, Staff Writer
Johana Lopez (10) is a current Sophomore at Santiago High School. Johana’s favorite subjects are Psychology and Journalism. Johana graduates in the year 2026 and hopes to get into a good university on a scholarship. They enjoy reading, writing, and learning about new things. Johana has always loved to write. This love of writing began in elementary school. The school held an event where the students could participate in a competition where they write stories and turn them into a group of people called “The Little Workshop”. This group would then act out the story of the winners and act them out on stage. Johana would always have fun writing these stories as anything was a possibility. Although they never won, it was a fun memory that they could cherish. This student hopes that their efforts will help them get a job as a criminal psychologist and they will be able to help their family in Mexico along with the children who need help.   You may reach them at [email protected]
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