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No arrests in Pasco drive by, but police say its gang related

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PASCO, Wash.-- An update on Wednesday's drive-by shooting in East Pasco that sent a teenage girl and a child to the hospital. Friday, Pasco Police said there were other people in that car, and they were the likely targets of the drive-by which happened on the corner of North Cedar Avenue and Park View Blvd shortly after ten.

Police say a car with about five or six men drove past the car and fired several shots. One 17 year old teenager was hit in the head. Neighbors ran outside to help.

"I know it was a shotgun wound to the head. It was on her ear, and the little girl she had glass all over her arm," says Maggie Castillo who helped the two after hearing about five or six shots. fired.

Police found an empty car crashed a few blocks down from the scene. They say about six men ran out in all different directions and they weren't able to make any arrests. They do however know who the car belongs to and are working on tracking down and identifying the suspects.

The teenager is expected to survive. Police say this is gang related.

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