By Trevor Morgan and Rylee Holwager
One patient was delivered to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in a pickup truck with bullet holes on Thursday evening, according to reports from the scene.
An older-model black Chevy Colorado LT arrived at approximately 5 p.m. to the hospital with bullet holes and shattered side windows.
Two bullet holes were located on the truck’s rear window and three were on the passenger side of the truck.
According to Los Angeles County radio dispatch traffic, the victim had sustained gunshot wounds.
Three people exited the vehicle and delivered one victim to the Henry Mayo emergency room.
According to Ray Moss, an employee at Henry Mayo, there is one known victim involved in the incident.
“One gunshot wound victim came to Henry Mayo,” said Lt. Marcus Phillips, a spokesman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.
“We had a gunshot victim that we’re taking care of,” said Patrick Moody, a spokesman for Henry Mayo.
Three suspects were detained by SCV Sheriff’s Station deputies. One of the suspects was a female and there is no known description for the remaining suspects.
Deputies remained on the scene collecting evidence from the truck, by 8 p.m. the truck had been removed from the scene.
According to Lt. Luis Molina, watch commander for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, the victim’s condition was stable, at the time of this publication.