BOSTON (CBS) – Police swarmed a Jamaica Plain neighborhood Tuesday afternoon after a teenage girl was shot. It happened on Centre Street by the busy Jackson Square MBTA stop near Columbus Ave.

Sources tell the I-Team the victim is a teenager who was originally in critical condition but has improved.

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Commissioner William Gross is outraged. “Enough is enough folks,” Gross said. “You have a young woman shot in broad daylight. We as a society should say that’s enough.”

The victim is expected to survive her injuries.

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Two cars collided in Jamaica Plain after shooting (WBZ-TV)

A second crime scene on Columbus Ave. featured two cars which had collided, one of them with a shattered back window. Police and bystanders say one of the vehicles had fled the scene.

A witness says a young girl was pulled from the back of the second vehicle.

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Police are still looking for suspects and trying to figure out why this happened.