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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One person is dead after a shooting at Popeye’s restaurant in Frayser Tuesday evening.

Memphis Police say a male victim was found in the parking lot and pronounced dead at the scene.

Family members told WREG the shooting claimed the life of 18-year-old James Yarbrough, a high school senior. Police confirmed the victim’s identity Thursday afternoon.

Standing by with dozens of others watching as the family struggled with the tragedy, Valerie Ross said she pulled over to pray for the victim and his family.

“Take these guns off the street so a mother won’t be over there about to pass out.. from burying her child before Mother’s Day,” Ross said.

Details surrounding the shooting are limited, but we spotted more than a dozen evidence markers on the ground. A window inside Popeyes was also shattered along with the back window of a white SUV.

Police later said another teen was a victim of the shooting and they are expected to be okay.

Ross said a video of the shooting is circulating on social media.

“Facebook showed everything already, even to the point where they got out the vehicle and were running,” she said. “Jumping out the vehicle, him running and falling and you hear the gunshots.”

On this election day, Ross said she’s wondering who on the ballot will end the cities raging gun violence.

“Everybody needs to vote. I’m not against voting, but what are you going to do to help take the crime off the streets,” she said.

There is no suspect information at this time.

This is an ongoing investigation. If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at (901)-528-CASH with tips.