Two people, including a teenager, were shot and one of them was run over by a vehicle resulting in both victims being hospitalized Wednesday night, reports said.

Howland Police were dispatched to the corner of Overland Avenue and Elm Road, near the parking lot of Kozy Kitchen restaurant after 8 p.m. when multiple residents dialed 911 reporting gunfire. Those callers claimed that they heard at least five gunshots from a person hanging out of the back window of a black vehicle. Officers did not have additional information about the vehicle at the time.

One of the callers reported there was a man on their porch who was limping and shot. A police report said that when officers arrived, the man told them he had heard shots and been run over. Police said that man had been taken to St. Elizabeth's Hospital by ambulance. His condition is unknown.

St. Joseph's Hospital in Warren then reported to police that a 17-year-old arrived with a gunshot wound. The teenager allegedly disclosed that the incident began at the Pit Stop Cafe in Youngstown. Police are unsure if the gunfire began there. 

Howland PD also reported that they witnessed a black sedan in the St. Joseph's parking lot that is believed to have transported the teen. They said the vehicle had visible gunshots fired into it. It is not suspected at this time to be the same vehicle seen at the crime scene.

It was reported that the 17-year-old was transferred to Akron Children's Hospital for a gunshot wound to the leg.

Police are still investigating and have no suspects.

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