Mother of victim shot near Orlando Police Department speaks to Local 6

2 wounded in shootout near OPD; innocent woman caught in crossfire, police say

ORLANDO, Fla. - The mother of a woman shot near the Orlando Police Department says she fears for her daughter's safety with the shooter still on the street.

Police said two people started shooting at each other around 2:40 a.m. Wednesday in a parking lot at Central Boulevard and Garland Avenue near the Orlando Police Department.

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Nearby officers found Sadie Delacruz, described as an innocent bystander, with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to her leg. Delacruz was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

Her mother spoke to Local 6 and said she fears for her daughter's safety with the shooter still on the street.

"She doesn't know who any of these people are -- she was just an innocent bystander at the wrong place at the wrong time," she said.

Delacruz was sitting in the back seat of her friend's car near Lot 10, steps away from the Orlando Police Department when the shots rang out.

One of the shots went through the door and hit her in the right thigh.

A man with a gunshot wound to his upper body, David Foots, arrived at the hospital listed in stable but critical condition, said police, who added that the man underwent surgery.

Orlando police told Local 6 that they haven't yet been able to talk to the man who was shot, so they're not sure about possible suspects.

Police said they were interviewing witnesses and an investigation is ongoing.

According to Orlando police, overall crime downtown continues to decrease and there has been a 6.32 percent drop in the first half of 2014 compared to the same time period last year.

Stay with Local 6 and for updates on this developing story.

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