Three wounded limousine shooting

By Amanda Riddle The Associated Press
Wednesday November 13, 2002

LOS ANGELES — Three people were shot, including a 14-year-old boy, as a black stretch Hummer limousine stopped in a residential neighborhood to pick up a 40-year-old man for a birthday party, police said. 

The man going to the party was shot in the stomach and stray rounds struck the boy in the leg and a man in his 30s in a foot, said Officer Jason Lee, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department. 

None of the victims appeared to suffer life threatening wounds, said Capt. Fabian Lizarraga. 

The shooting occurred about 4 p.m. at an intersection in south Los Angeles. 

The shots were fired by two men who walked up to the victim who was waiting for the limousine, Lee said.