PHOENIX - A teenage girl was seriously hurt in a Phoenix shooting on Saturday and was rushed to the fire station by a rideshare driver, says the police department.
Phoenix Police Sgt. Ann Justus says the shooting happened near 30th Street and South Mountain Avenue, and just before 7:30 p.m. near 16th Street and Baseline Road, the teen was taken to a fire station seeking medical help.
She was reportedly taken to the fire station by a rideshare driver who came to her help.
The shooting reportedly stemmed from a fight between the 17-year-old and a male.
The investigation is ongoing, Justus says.
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