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Apartment drive-by shooting injures 11 people in Washington D.C., police say

The scene of an early morning drive-by shooting in Washington D.c. on March 11, 2013 CBS DC/John Domen

(CBS/AP) WASHINGTON - Police said 11 people were injured during a drive-by shooting outside an apartment complex early Monday in northwest Washington, D.C.

Assistant Police Chief Peter Newsham said one person was seriously wounded but no one suffered life-threatening injuries. All of the victims were reported to be conscious, breathing and stable.

Police said shots were fired from two cars speeding by the complex around 2 a.m. Newsham said police don't have a motive yet and still need to interview many witnesses. Detectives were at the scene Monday gathering evidence.