WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) said it was looking for two people involved in a shooting that left three men hurt Sunday afternoon.

The shooting happened in the area of 7th and O streets NW shortly after 5:45 p.m.  MPD said the ShotSpotter system alerted police that there had been multiple rounds of gunfire. Officers who were nearby also heard the shots. They went to the intersection and found three men who’d been hit by gunfire. All of them were conscious and breathing. DC Fire and EMS to the men to the hospital for treatment. Police expected the men to survive.

A number of cars were hit by gunfire. No one besides the men was hurt.

Capt. Chris Moore with MPD said it appeared to be a targeted, drive-by shooting. He added there was no evidence that other shootings in the District earlier in the day Sunday were related to the triple shooting.

Ward 2 Council Member Brooke Pinto tweeted: “It’s clear we must get guns off our streets and deal with this unacceptable violence.”

She said she’d be hosting a public discussion about public safety next week, with details to come soon.

Police said they were looking for two people who left the area in a black sedan with a faded colored roof. It asked that anyone with information about the shooting call (202) 727-9099 or text 50411.