By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say two people were critically wounded after they were shot in the head in a broad-daylight quadruple shooting in North Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon. The shooting happened at 11th and Thompson Streets, shortly after 3:30 p.m., not far from Temple University’s main campus.

Police say the victims were sitting outside on steps when multiple people with guns ran up to them and started firing. Police received reports of up to 20 shots fired.

A 19-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man were critically wounded after they were shot in the head.

A 23-year-old man was shot in the left leg and a 25-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to the right arm. Both are in stable condition.

“The female that was shot here was transported to Temple by police officers. In the immediate aftermath of that, three other individuals arrived at Temple hospital with gunshot wounds,” Philadelphia Police Staff Inspector Sekou Kinebrew said.

Temple’s emergency room went into lockdown, as police searched the vehicle the victims arrived in for evidence.

One person has been detained.

The shooting occurred just after St. Malachy Catholic School dismissed for the day. Fortunately, no students were injured.

One of the bullets struck the back of a windshield.

One resident described hearing rapid gunfire.

“It’s crazy,” the man said. “It’s not even safe to walk the streets with people shooting guns.”

“Too many guns, too many people willing to use them. At the end of the day, police can’t stop,” Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke said.

Like Clarke, neighbors are hoping the community comes together to bring an end to the violence.

“I grew up with family. People who care about people,” a neighbor said. “We don’t have that anymore. That’s why the youth is just running amuck and running wild. Change comes from within. You got to change yourself.”

There is no motive yet for the shooting.

CBS3’s Matt Petrillo and Greg Argos contributed to this report.

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