Woman Fatally Shot On 110 Offramp In South LA

A female driver was shot and killed early Thursday on a Harbor Freeway offramp in South Los Angeles, authorities said. Read more
Lyn

Oxnard, CA

#1 Apr 10, 2008
Whats the betting this is a disgruntled ex boyfriend or girlfriend?
Val

Talala, OK

#2 Apr 10, 2008
Guns, guns, guns. You're not safe anywhere.
LAWarrior

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Apr 10, 2008
When will we be able to reclaim our city and feel safe while driving? This is getting ridiculous. Everytime I hear the news, there's a new driver shot on the freeway or exiting the freeway. Please! This madness needs to stop!
Cat

Santa Paula, CA

#4 Apr 10, 2008
Seems like a jealous rage to me...too many bullets for random shooting and no theft? Someone knew what time she got off work and which route she drove home.
god

Mill Valley, CA

#5 Apr 10, 2008
was it road rage or high gas prices???? my knee my knee not very funny i tell ya
Cindy

Riverside, CA

#6 Apr 10, 2008
I would like to share my experience on this incident. I now feel that I have an Angel watching over me. In the past 5 years since taking that same exit at the same time every night 12:30 a.m I've had similar incidents happened to me. I've been chased by a vehicle that looked like an undercover unit but i failed to stop because the vehicle did not have the required red and blue lighting like most undercover units. I've had vehicles drive up to me and flashed a gun at me and last night by leaving work late because of A coworkers late arrival i saved myself from being that victim. i always use the same exit everynight and its sad to know that we are not safe anymore. at that time of night no police presence is ever observed at all. I am not blaming the police department or it's Officers but they need to make themselves more visible.
David

Lake Havasu City, AZ

#7 Apr 10, 2008
Cindy wrote:
I would like to share my experience on this incident. I now feel that I have an Angel watching over me. In the past 5 years since taking that same exit at the same time every night 12:30 a.m I've had similar incidents happened to me. I've been chased by a vehicle that looked like an undercover unit but i failed to stop because the vehicle did not have the required red and blue lighting like most undercover units. I've had vehicles drive up to me and flashed a gun at me and last night by leaving work late because of A coworkers late arrival i saved myself from being that victim. i always use the same exit everynight and its sad to know that we are not safe anymore. at that time of night no police presence is ever observed at all. I am not blaming the police department or it's Officers but they need to make themselves more visible.
Hmmm, same place, same time every night, that's probably not something I would post on the internet for all to read and know, especially in that area. Good luck.
launa

Maywood, CA

#8 Apr 11, 2008
my heart goes out to the family, she was only 19 working and trying to get home, it is a shame when you can't feel safe coming home from work. my daughter used to work at the airport and knew the young lady. my prayers to the family and friends.
Audry

Riverside, CA

#9 Apr 11, 2008
David wrote:
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Hmmm, same place, same time every night, that's probably not something I would post on the internet for all to read and know, especially in that area. Good luck.
In regards to your comment, "That Area" is not as bad as they make it seem. Crime is nationwide and not just in South Los Angeles.

And to Cindy I would take an alternate route if you've been through all that. Be safe and May God Bless us All.
David

Lake Havasu City, AZ

#10 Apr 13, 2008
Audry wrote:
<quoted text>
In regards to your comment, "That Area" is not as bad as they make it seem. Crime is nationwide and not just in South Los Angeles.
And to Cindy I would take an alternate route if you've been through all that. Be safe and May God Bless us All.
Your right about crime being nationwide, however that area is as bad as it made to seem, I grew up in SoCal and there are plenty of places safe to walk in after dark but "that area" is not one of them, at least for me and my family.
Emely

United States

#11 Apr 15, 2008
that's good they got the victim, my prayers go for the family.
Erika PAdilla

Tempe, AZ

#12 May 6, 2008
My name is Erika Padilla, I am Samanthaís older sister. This ordeal has been every familyís nightmare. The day you think that is never going to append. My family and I are very devastated and we want justice. Not just justice for my sister, but for other families who have gone thru the same situation, to have their love ones taken away by some ignorant gang members who have nothing better to do but take away the air and the space we live in. Itís time for us as a community to come together and take back the streets. How is it possible that these punks are running around and killing people for no apparent reason? What has this society come to? I am calling out mayor Villaregosa, where is he? He needs to stop making sorry excuses and promises that he canít make to the ďCOMMUNITTY AND HIS PEOPLEĒ because itís all an act. Why not pass a new and hard law to show the gangs that there is no more playing around and just be in jail for half of the time they have to serve, because the jailís are overcrowded and there is no more room to keep them. The saddest part is that they come out tougher and more educated on how to carry a criminal mind. You mean to tell me that when Jessica Ortega is put in jail, I have to pay to keep her in there and the tax payerís money is paying for these delinquents to be taken care of as if they are kidís! I donít think so. Why not ship them to Iraq??? Why have so many of our young solders go out there and suffer. Innocent lives are being lost and it has to STOP. What will it take for actions to be taken? Should we take the law into our own hands to get problems solve???

Erika Padilla

Since: Apr 08

San Marcos, CA

#13 May 6, 2008
Val wrote:
Guns, guns, guns. You're not safe anywhere.
Yeah, if she had a gun, she might have had a chance...right Okie?

“Airborne mama on a oneway trip”

Since: Apr 08

Littlerock, Ca

#14 May 6, 2008
Val wrote:
Guns, guns, guns. You're not safe anywhere.
If someone is out to kill someone it doesn't take a gun to do it. Would it have been better if she would have been stabbed. To but the blame on the gun is taking away from where the blame should be. The evil scum bag who did this to this woman.
wow

Rowland Heights, CA

#16 Dec 23, 2013
Thas a trip!
Truth Be Told

Long Beach, CA

#17 Dec 27, 2013
Blacks and Mexicans strike again.

Stupidity never seems to end for these two inferior ethnicities!

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