One of the victims died from injuries sustained in the shooting.
Around 3:30 p.m., Shukri Al Gahim was inside his tobacco store, near the intersection with Rosehill Road, when he heard "a lot of gunshots." Then, he said, one of the victims came into his store looking for help.
"He was shot two times. He came in and ran behind the counter," Al Gahim said.
The other victim tried to flee in his car, but crashed a short time later.
Mary Angelicchio said she wants to know what police are doing to ease concerns about safety in the neighborhood.
"After a certain time of night, it just belongs to somebody else," she said. "It doesn't belong to us."
Interim Chief Katherine Bryant said one way to take the neighborhood back is to be alert and report anything suspicious. She said investigators can't solve crimes without help from the public.
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