PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A woman was shot on Christmas Eve while walking down the street in Duquesne.
The drive-by shooting happened Tuesday near a church where Christmas Eve services were about to begin.READ MORE: Woman Killed In Crash Along Rt. 188 In Greene Co.
Police said a 32-year-old woman was walking along Seventh Street near Kennedy Avenue shortly before 6 p.m. when someone opened fire from a car.
The woman wasn’t seriously injured. She is expected to be OK.
It is not clear if she was targeted.
“I’m just not understanding it no more. I’m tired of seeing it, tired of seeing lights, tired of seeing we remember t-shirts,” Duquesne resident Robert Davis said.READ MORE: Sheetz Offering Free Coffee, Fizz Drinks To Pitt Students Through August
On the corner, police lights flashed through the stained glass windows of Grace United Church of Christ, where Christmas Eve services were about to begin.
Parishioners said they don’t normally plan activities at night anymore, for this reason.
Police said the shooter(s) were in a dark-colored sedan.
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Officials are investigating.