Daughter of 'Real Housewives of Vancouver' star injured in shooting

Mia Deakin is reportedly one of the wounded in a

Mia Deakin is reportedly one of the wounded in a "targeted shooting" at a Vancouver gas station Sunday night. (@MiaClaman/Twitter photo)

Christopher Pollon, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:49 PM ET

VANCOUVER -- Mia Deakin, daughter of Jody Claman, one of the original stars of reality show The Real Housewives of Vancouver, is reportedly one of the wounded in a "targeted shooting" at a local gas station Sunday night.

Police responded the scene around 7 p.m. after receiving 911 calls about shots fired.

They discovered a woman and man at a Chevron station on East Hastings Street, both suffering from gunshot wounds.

The man, 27, was later released from hospital.

Global News, which is owned by the same company behind the series, reported the female victim in the shooting is Deakin, 28, who was shot in the shoulder and remains in stable condition in hospital.

Police spokesman Randy Fincham said the suspects, who fled the scene in a silver or grey SUV, remain at large.

"We believe it was a targeted shooting, this was not random," he said.

 


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