Three people are hurt after a car went into a crowd of people in north Phoenix Sunday morning.
The incident happened in a parking lot near 43rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road around 2:30 a.m.
Phoenix police say when officers arrived on scene they found three pedestrians with injuries from the collision.
An adult man and woman were taken to a hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
A third person suffered minor injuries and was later taken to the hospital, according to information from the scene.
Police say the three were standing in the parking lot when the driver of a blue sedan struck them and then fled from the area, abandoning the car not far from the scene.
The male driver and male passenger have not been located at this time, according to police.
Witnesses told officers that this collision happened after an argument between two groups and may be intentional.
A witness named Heidi told ABC15 her account of what happened.
"They took out our entire group like we were bowling pins," Heidi said. "There's no words to describe what just happened."
Anyone who has any information on this incident is asked to call Phoenix Police or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS, you can remain anonymous.