WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — MPD said three girls, two 14-year-olds and one 16-year-old were shot in Northeast D.C. early Sunday morning.

Police said that at about 1:00 a.m., they were dispatched to the 300 block of 50th Street Northeast for the report of a shooting.

When police arrived at the scene, they found three teen girls who had been shot.

The three girls were taken to hospitals. They were conscious and breathing according to MPD.

There’s been no update on their conditions.

The shootings took place hours after the family and friends of young Arianna Davis gathered at the Fields of RFK Campus for a Saturday Night memorial. The 10-year-old died Wednesday after someone shot her along Hayes Street NE Mother’s Day Night, while Davis and her family drove home.

Also on Wednesday, someone shot and killed Jefferson Luna-Perez, 17, near Roosevelt High School where he attended classes. Plus, a 12-year-old girl survived a gunshot wound to her leg while she slept in her home last Monday Morning.

44 juveniles have been shot in the District this year, according to police.

“We’re killing each other for nothing. Babies dying for nothing. We’ve got to stop it now,” said Paul Butler, who attended the memorial service for Davis. “We’ve got to stop it now by any means necessary. National Guard, whatever you’ve got to do. We’ve got to do something asap. Like right now.”

Mayor Muriel Bowser and police condemned the shootings last week. But that’s not enough for some people.

“We’re just tired of it. It’s time to take a position,” said Pastor Jodie Fletcher. “I’m calling on the mayor, we’ve got to do something.”

Fletcher is Davis’ uncle and buried a brother Friday, another victim of violence. Now he and the rest of the family are preparing for another funeral involving a relative. This time, someone whose life got cut tragically short.

Police said they are looking for a black Hyundai Elantra with heavily tinted windows believed to be involved in Sunday’s shootings. You’re asked to call the police if you have any information about that or the other crimes mentioned in this story.