A female driver and her two passengers pulled over at the Rambler Motel in Chula Vista on Saturday after being victim to a car-to-car shooting in San Diego.
Authorities with the Chula Vista Police Department and Fire Department found the 26-year-old victim and her two passengers in a white Dodge Charger at the Rambler Motel driveway at around 10:40 p.m. after they had reported the shooting. According to the San Diego Police Department, one of the passengers called the police as they drove away from the gunfire.
According to the San Diego Police Department, the incident reportedly took place at the intersection of Thor St. and Main St. in San Diego, when a Black female suspect wearing a grey hoodie got out of the rear passenger door and fired several shots at the victim, who discovered one of the bullets grazed her forehead.
The suspect vehicle was last seen driving away westbound on Main St.
The vehicle had several bullet holes in the passenger-side rear door, windows, hood, and windshield, according to OnScene T.V. The back window was also blown out.
The victim was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The two female passengers were not injured.
The San Diego Police Central Division Detectives are investigating this incident.