2 shot at gas station in South Holland

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SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. --  Police are investigating after two people were shot at a gas station in the south suburbs.

The shooting happened shortly after 1 a.m. Friday at the Gas Depot, located at 15 E Sibley Blvd, in South Holland.

Two teenagers were among four people in an older model Toyota Camry. They were their way home from a night out bowling in Dolton.

The group stopped at the gas station to fill up, when someone in a red vehicle pulled up and opened fire.

A female victim was hit in the arm and wrist. Her male friend was shot in the eye. Both are expected to recover.

"I'm just grateful that she's okay and the young man will be okay.  It's just a shock to get a call, to hear that your daughter has been shot," said Matina Lee, the female victim's mother.

The shooter got away, but there were cameras at the gas station, which police are hoping will help them track down suspects.

Both victims are expected to recover.  Police are asking anyone with any information about the shooting, to contact them.

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