BOSTON (CBS) – Police are searching for the gunman who shot two people near the Dudley Square MBTA T stop Wednesday night.

Boston Police told WBZ the two victims were shot at Marvin Street and Shawmut Ave.

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Boston EMS rushed the two victims to the hospital. One of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries.

One neighbor who watched it all from above described the frightening few moments.

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“I heard pow, pow! Pow, pow, pow, pow! Two different kinds of guns,” said Lawrence Hobley, Jr. “They were firing at each other. I looked out the window and people were running up toward past my building, screaming and hollering.”

Dudley Station was shut down for less than an hour while police investigated.

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Just before 10 p.m. the station opened back up, and will be open for commuters Thursday morning.