A woman escaped harm Tuesday after another woman fired bullets at her car during a busy afternoon in South Los Angeles.
Some 12 bullets were fired into the woman's car near Figueroa Street and Vernon Avenue, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
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After the shooting, the woman was able to pull into a mall parking and safely stop her car in front of a Rite Aid, before police arrived.
The shooting took place about a half a mile away from the Rite Aid store.
A dark car had at least a dozen bullet holes in the front windshield.
Remarkably, no passersby were hit by bullets.
The person responsible is believed to be a woman who was behind the wheel of an SUV involved in a personal dispute with the victim, police said.