PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Police say three teenagers were seriously injured Monday night after a shooting in North Philadelphia.
The gunshots rang out around 9:15 p.m. along the 2000 block of North 19th Street near Diamond Street.
Officers arrived to find a 14-year-old girl shot in her hand and arm, a 15-year-old boy with gunshot wounds to his legs and back and another 15-year-old boy shot in the hip.
Two of the teens have been stabilized, but the boy who suffered the hip wound remains in critical condition.
Police say a group of teens was walking on Diamond and, when they turned onto 19th, multiple shots were fired.
One of the victims was chased down near Fontain Street and then fired upon again, police say.
Investigators are looking for video in the area.
"The only description of the offenders we think ran northbound on 19th and east or west on Diamond is young males, they appear to be wearing dark clothing with a mask on, and we believe they're around the same age as our victims, between 15 and 16 years of age," Philadelphia Police Captain John Walker said.
No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 215-686-TIPS.
As the city reels from the continued gun violence and the weekend's mass shooting on South Street, crime victims and activists are heading to Harrisburg on Tuesday, where hundreds are expected to rally, calling for victim support and policies to help end cycles of crime.
"We need change in Philadelphia. Too many of these things are norms. To get beat up by your husband or boyfriend is a norm. To walk down the streets and see somebody with a gun or somebody in a fistfight is a norm. That's not normal! You should be able to come out of your house in peace, barbecue in your backyard and not have to worry about a bullet flying by you. It's about education. It's about people standing up. Stop being afraid and start using your voice," Nicole Dorrell of Tacony said.