Police are looking for at least two shooters who fired more than 40 rounds hitting three men at a Tulsa street corner late Monday.
Officers said the three victims -- ages, 18, 19 and 22 -- each had multiple gunshot wounds. They were taken in a bystander's vehicle to a hospital.
The gang unit is investigating along with officers. Police said tow of the victims have associations with gangs.
Police said they are treating the shooting as a homicide because one of the victims was in critical condition and taken into surgery as soon as he arrived at the emergency room. They said they expect him to survive.
The shooting happened at 9:30 p.m. at the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Woodrow Place.
Officers said a vehicle parked at the corner was riddled with bullet holes and they found more than 40 shell casings in the street.
Police did not have a good description of the shooters or a motive for the shootings.