DETROIT (WXYZ) - Two teenagers are dead and one more is in stable condition after a shooting on Detroit's west side on Cathedral Street just south of the Southfield Service Drive, according to the Detroit Police Department.
Police say a 19-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman both died from gunshot wounds.
The third victim did not get shot, but suffered injuries from shards of glass that blew out when the car was shot at. She is currently in stable condition.
The Detroit Police Inspector Dwayne Blackmon tells 7 Action News that the shooting stemmed from a senseless argument. The teens in the car got into an argument with another group at a different location and then were followed to where they were found. Someone inside a black SUV shot at the teens with a high powered rifle and the teens crashed their car into the fence on the service drive of the Southfield Freeway. Inspector Blackmon would not go into detail about what the fight had been about, he just said that it could have been settled differently.
Police believe multiple people were inside the black SUV that gunned down the teenagers.
UPDATE: The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office previously reported three teenagers had been shot and killed.
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