MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Police responded to a shots fired call at a gas station off Lamar and Bellevue early Wednesday morning and found two vehicles riddled with bullets.

Pay close attention to the black sedan sitting at this gas station on the corner of Bellevue and Lamar Avenue.

At first, things are peaceful until this brown van comes into the picture. 

Immediately, shots ring out from the van, and those sitting inside the sedan duck for cover. 

Shortly after the van leaves, you see someone run-up to the passengers from across the street and start shooting.

One of the passengers fire back and the gunman runs off. 

Memphis Police say three people were shot. Two of the victims are going to be ok but one arrived at the hospital in critical condition.

Bystanders said they heard nearly 100 rounds.

A man we spoke to says the gunshots lasted for several minutes.

If you look closely, you can see every single one of these vehicles has at least three bullet holes in them. If you look real closely, you can see even the gas station canopy has bullet holes in it.

Detectives spent hours collecting evidence. Officers even recovered a cell phone. 

Those living in the area say this kind of violence needs to come to an end.

A black car, which was still attached to the fuel pump, had one of its windows shot out.

The rear window of the Chevy HHR behind it was also shot out.