PHOENIX — Editor's Note: The video is from a previous broadcast, before the death of the second victim was released.
Detectives are investigating a shooting in central Phoenix after a person was found dead and another was injured inside of a shot-up vehicle Wednesday.
The Phoenix Police Department confirmed that a 27-year-old man was found in a vehicle left at the intersection of 19th Avenue and Camelback Road. The vehicle was left in the area with several bullet holes in the driver's and passenger's windows.
Around 2:30 a.m., three men were in the vehicle at a red light when an unknown vehicle pulled up and began firing shots. Police said two of the men were hit, with one dying at the scene and the other hospitalized in critical condition. The third man in the vehicle was not injured.
Police identified the man who died at the scene as Everado Sandoval. The other victim, 21-year-old Jorge Granados, died at the hospital, police said.
Detectives are looking for evidence to determine what led up to the shooting.
The intersection was closed as police investigated the shooting. The light rail in the area was also severed during that time.
This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News as more information becomes available.
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