AZUSA, Calif. (KABC) -- A woman survived being shot in the face by drive-by shooters in Azusa, and investigators were on the hunt for the attackers.
The unidentified woman said she heard a noise outside her home, located in the 500 block of Clydebank Avenue, around 11 p.m. when someone knocked on her door. When she stepped out to see what was going on, she was struck by gunfire, according to officials from the San Dimas Sheriff's Department.
The victim received non-life-threatening injuries to the face and was expected to be OK.
Investigators did not have a description of the shooter but said they were searching for two Hispanic males in an older Ford four-door model.
Sheriff's officials confirmed the shooting was gang-related.
Woman survives being shot in face by drive-by shooters in Azusa