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.

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.

“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.

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

Comments (2)
  1. Yeah and Maura Healy and her sops keep trying to take guns away from law abiding citizens and making new gun-free zones, taxing the ammo more, doing every slimy underhanded thing they can to prevent law abiding people from doing anything else but duck and pray. I think the people of Massachusetts deserve better than that. See you in court.

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