Los Angeles law enforcement officers with itchy trigger fingers shot up the wrong pickup truck during a massive manhunt for cop killer Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33.
2 women were hospitalized with serious injuries when LAPD officers mistook their pickup truck for Dorner's and opened fire.
The attorney for Maggie Carranza, 47, and her mother, 71-year-old Emma Hernandez, said the women had "no warning" before their truck was riddled with bullets as they delivered Los Angeles Times newspapers around 5:15 a.m. in Torrance, CA.
"There was no warning. There were no orders. No commands. Just gunshots," attorney Glen Jonas told CBS Los Angeles.
The case of mistaken identities seems to confirm suspicions that police have been given "shoot to kill" orders in their hunt for the LAPD officer.
Dorner (pictured above) is accused of killing a couple over the weekend and opening fire on four officers early Thursday, killing one and critically wounding another.
Cal State Fullerton assistant women's NCAA college basketball coach Monica Quan (pictured above) and her fiance Keith Lawrence were found shot to death Sunday in their car in a parking garage in Fullerton, Calif. Quan is the daughter of the former LAPD police chief.
The ex-Navy veteran wrote a detailed online posting targeting police officers and others who he blamed for his wrongful termination from the LAPD.
Dorner's blue pickup truck (pictured above in an image taken from a surveillance video) was found on fire on a mountain near Big Bear, California Thursday. That is where officials from several law enforcement agencies focused their search for Dorner. Heavily armed SWAT teams were seen going door to door searching cabins in a resort area in Big Bear Friday morning.
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Photos: Brad Graverson, Cal State Fullerton/AP, Irvine Police Dept/AP, Los Angeles Police Department/AP