UPDATE: A fourth victim was identified in this case after they arrived at the hospital via private vehicle.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police are investigating another shooting in Parkway Village Sunday morning.

Two schools are within a few feet of where police say they have responded to multiple shootings. A couple of weeks ago, a man died after being shot near an elementary school in Parkway Village.

Saturday night, officers responded to another shooting two blocks away — near a high school.

“Stuff happens around this area of parkway village all the time but for it to happen right down the street from my home yea that was kind of concerning,” Antionette Champion said, who lives near where the victims were found.

According to MPD around 9:30 p.m., officers responded to a shooting call at Goodlett and Sheffield. That is also the corner where Sheffield High School sits.

We learned Monday that the victims told officers they were sitting in a truck outside the nearby home we visited today when two men showed up and demanded the truck.

When the group refused and tried to run away, the men shot into the truck several times and stopped at the intersection of Goodlett and Sheffield.

You can see the school and parking lot from Antoinette Champion’s home. She said she knew something was wrong when she saw several police cars racing towards the school.

“When I saw the crime scene tape up and all the ambulances came I knew something had went on but I didn’t hear anything other than all the sirens when the police were coming,” Champion said.

When they got there they say they found three people who had been injured and all three were transported to Regional One Medical Center in critical condition. During their investigation police tell us they also located a stolen handgun. 

“I didn’t hear any gunshots. so I just assumed maybe it happened somewhere else and then they came here and called the police I didn’t know,” Champion said.

There were no students around when police were called to the area, according to a sign in front of the school basketball season starts in less than a week.

Champion says she is thankful that the shooting happened when few people were around.

“Anything could have been going on, kids could have still been in school,” Champion said.

So far, no one has been detained or arrested in this incident. MPD said the suspects fled in a black Dodge Charger.

If you know anything about this incident, you are urged to call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH.