3 people shot in South L.A., gunman remains on loose

Three teens were rushed to the hospital after being shot Tuesday evening in the area of Normandie Avenue and W. 59th Street in South Los Angeles.

It was first reported that one person suffered critical injuries but LAPD is now saying all victims suffered non-life threatening injuries and are in stable condition.

One shooting occurred in the 1300 block of 59th Street at about 7:45 p.m., according to LAPD. One victim was shot in the left leg and the other in the left arm, police say. The shooter then took off on foot.

Another shooting at about the same time occurred at Normandie and 59th Street in which a 15-year-old walking out of a liquor store was shot in the foot, LAPD said. The victim then runs home and calls the police.

Police are still looking for the gunman who they believe could still be in the neighborhood.

Police did not immediately release a suspect description and it's unclear if a second suspect is being sought. None of the victims have been identified.

The immediate area remains closed as investigators canvass the area for clues and a possible suspect.

No further details were immediately known. The investigation is ongoing.