Few answers emerge days after 17-year-old Anaheim girl is killed in police shooting on freeway
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Hannah Williams

via KTLA:

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- (KTLA) -- Few answers have emerged three days after a Fullerton police shooting on the 91 Freeway in Anaheim left a 17-year-old female "suspect" dead.

Anaheim police on Monday declined to disclose further information about the deadly incident that shut down the freeway east of Kraemer Boulevard for several hours on Friday night.

According to a Police Department statement released on Saturday, a 17-year-old female "suspect" died in the hospital following a 7 p.m. shooting that involved a Fullerton police K-9 officer.

Initial reports indicated that a vehicle had crashed into a police K-9 vehicle, according to California Highway Patrol's log.

The Anaheim police news release said "an item appearing to be a handgun was recovered from the scene."

"Determination needs to be made if it was real, functional, loaded, etc.," Anaheim police tweeted. "It looks like a handgun for sure."

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