One taken to the hospital after shot while inside car in Dayton

One taken to the hospital after shot while inside car in Dayton

Female taken to hospital after shooting in Dayton

A female was taken to Miami Valley Hospital after she was shot while in her car Sunday, according to Sgt. Jeffery Spires. Her condition is unknown at this time.

The shooting occurred in the 700 block of Summit Square Drive, where the car ended up in the yard after the victim attempted to leave the area where she was shot. She appeared to be the only person in the car.

Two people were taken into police custody for questioning, but their connection to the shooting is unknown, said Sgt. Spires.

It is also unknown if any weapons were recovered from the scene, which is still being processed and investigated.

“I’m tired of all the shooting and the killing, that’s what I’m tired of. I just feel any and everybody needs to think twice. You don’t gotta make a scene or anything to make it a problem, talk about it, talk it out,” she said. “Now days  too many people getting killed, babies getting killed, for what?”

Police and a medic are at the scene of a shooting where at least one person was shot in Dayton, according to dispatchers with the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center.

Police are looking for a suspect vehicle that was described as a black two-door sedan with tinted windows, according to dispatchers.

Two people were taken into custody for questioning but they're not being considered suspects at this time. 

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