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Crime Dallas girl shot in drive-by while asleep at home

01:40  10 october  2017
01:40  10 october  2017 Source:   cbsnews.com

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DALLAS -- A young Dallas girl is expected to recover after she was wounded in a drive - by shooting while sleeping inside her home , reports CBS DFW. Victoria Delgadillo was asleep in a bunk bed when she was struck by gunfire around 1 a.m. Sunday. Her mother and 6-year-old brother were also asleep in the bed, the station reports. The girl 's father Sergio Delgadillo told the station a car drove up the street and fired into his home .

An 11-year-old girl shot at a south Kansas City home Sunday night was taken to a hospital in stable condition, police said. Officers responded at 11:15 p.m. to the drive - by shooting in the 8500 block of East 92nd Place. Officers discovered bullets throughout the home . An officer pulled a cloth off the girl ’s arm and realized she had suffered a “substantial wound to her arm that was bleeding profusely,” according to police. He applied a tourniquet to the wound, an act that police said helped saved the girl ’s life.

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DALLAS -- A young Dallas girl is expected to recover after she was wounded in a drive-by shooting while sleeping inside her home, reports CBS DFW.

Victoria Delgadillo was asleep in a bunk bed when she was struck by gunfire around 1 a.m. Sunday. Her mother and 6-year-old brother were also asleep in the bed, the station reports.

The girl's father Sergio Delgadillo told the station a car drove up the street and fired into his home.

"As soon as I heard the gunshot, I heard my daughter scream. I rushed to see her, and she was covering her face," Delgadillo said. "It came in through the cheek and went down the airway and cracked three ribs and punctured her lung."

Delgadillo called the shooting "careless and irresponsible."  His daughter is reportedly being treated in the ICU.

A motive is still unclear. Delgadillo told the station he doesn't know why anyone would target the family. No arrests have been made.

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