WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating three shootings that occurred within three hours Thursday night, March 30.

The first shooting took place at the Potomac Avenue Metro Station in Southeast.

Metro Transit Police responded around 6:57 p.m. after they received reports about shots fired inside the station.

They said that there were no confirmed injuries or victims.

Trains stopped service during the response. Metro said that train service was restored around 10 p.m.

The investigation was still ongoing. Police said they were still searching for the person who fired the shot.

Three were injured and Metro employee Robert Cunningham was killed in a shooting at the Potomac Avenue Metro station in February.

The second shooting took place at South Bend I-295 and Kenilworth Avenue Northeast and escalated into a car crash.

Two men were shot in this incident. They were transported to hospital for their injuries.

The third shooting took place on Kearny Street Northeast. Around 9:45 p.m., one man was found shot. The homicide unit was dispatched to investigate this shooting.