1 teen dead, 2 others hospitalized after shooting in Phoenix mobile home park, PD says

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Phoenix Police are investigating a shooting Wednesday afternoon that left a teenage boy dead and two other teens hurt.

The shooting happened inside a mobile home park near 39th Avenue and I-10 around 3:41 p.m.

Dispatchers got several 911 calls about this incident, but Phoenix Police Sgt. Brian Bower says one in particular stuck out. He says a caller reported several loud gunshots and a car crash.

Police say a teen boy was found dead at the scene. Two other teen boys were rushed to the hospital in critical condition. They are expected to survive.

Several rounds were fired and Sgt. Bower suspects some mobile homes may have been hit.

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1 dead, 2 badly hurt in Phoenix shooting

"If you happen to have bullet holes in your house, in your residence, in your car, please notify the police department so that we can identify those. There were a lot of bullets that were fired," he said.

Almost everyone home at the time or working nearby heard the shots.

"There were some kids that came out of the car, and they were just yelling about their friend that had been shot. I don’t really know too much. I just heard the gunshots. Me and my crew, we just came and saw what happened, and then we saw the car smashed into the trailer and everybody just all frantic," David Torres said.

For now, detectives are working to learn more by speaking with witnesses.

What led up to this shooting isn't known.

On Dec. 1, Phoenix Police officials said they have arrested a juvenile male in connection with the case.

If you have any information, you're asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS, or 480-TESTIGO for Spanish.

Where the shooting happened