Last updated at 9:35 a.m. with statement by Mayor.
FRAMINGHAM – Two teens were shot at the 24-hour McDonald’s in Framingham overnight.
The 9-1-1 call came in at 12:45 a.m. for the shooting at the drive-thru at the McDonald’s on Route 30, said Framingham Police spokesperson Lt. Rachel Mickens.
On teen, 18, was shot in the chest and was transported to Tufts Medical Center in Boston, said Lt. Mickens.
One teen, 19, was shot in the leg and transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, said Lt. Mickens.
Neither injury was considered life-threatening, said Lt. Mickens.
Police said they are not releasing where the teens live, at this time.
Lt. Mickens said the shooting was “not random.”
“Obviously, we are all very concerned about the situation,” said Mayor Charlie Sisitsky to SOURCE. “The proliferation of guns in our society and the growing ability for people to shoot others is alarming and needs to be addressed. I hope that those involved in this incident full recover from their injuries.”
She could not release any other information at this time, but to say it is under investigation.
The McDonald’s in Route 30 is open this morning.