Friends and the music community are coming together to raise money for a woman shot while walking her dogs.

It happened Aug. 8 near the intersection of Moss Rose Drive and Fremont Avenue in Inglewood.

“It was terrible. It was absolutely terrible,” said neighbor Guthrie Brown.

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Brown ran out to her after he heard the gunshots, and stayed with her until paramedics arrived.

The victim told police a 1990s sedan drove past her and then turned back around, which is when someone inside the vehicle started firing shots.

“She said they were driving up and down harassing her. She had two beagle dogs with her, and she was shot in the back and had blood coming from her chest,” Brown said.

The victim's husband was on tour at the time. He works for the band OneRepublic with friend Mark Oglesby.

“The blatant disregard for humanity is the part in this that gets all of us. No reason, no logic. This wasn’t an act of emotion, this wasn’t a robbery. This was just pure evil and hatred," said Oglesby.

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Oglesby says the woman sustained extensive internal and spinal injuries and has already undergone multiple surgeries. Oglesby said her injuries are not life-threatening, but they are life-changing."

“The blatant disregard for humanity is the part in this that gets all of us. No reason, no logic. This wasn’t an act of emotion, this wasn’t a robbery. This was just pure evil and hatred," said Oglesby.

He started a GoFundMe page to raise money for her medical expenses and accommodations over the next few months. More than $24,000 has been raised so far, but the goal is $35,000. Click here to donate.

“There are changes that have to take place with her being able to access her home and what life looks like for them in the immediate future remains to be seen," said Oglesby.

Police are still working to determine the motive and identify the gunmen.

“To know that someone in our community is capable of this. It’s gut-wrenching. It’s horrifying. It’s gross," said Oglesby.

Brown said nothing was stolen from the victim. The woman's dogs are said to be OK.

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