PHOENIX - Two people have been injured in a south Phoenix shooting.
The incident happened around 4:15 p.m. at a house near 24th and Roeser streets.
According to Phoenix police spokesman Tommy Thompson, a white car with a female driver and a male passenger pulled up to the house. The male passenger fired in to the crowd of people outside the home.
Thompson said two men were hit by gunfire. Both have non-life threatening injuries.
One of the men was holding a baby at the time he was hit. Police said the baby was not injured.
Air15 video showed what appeared to be a patient being wheeled on a gurney to an ambulance as another ambulance left the scene.
There is no word on what sparked the shooting, but police do not believe this is a random incident.
The investigation is ongoing.
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