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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- One person is recovering in the hospital following a shooting in Kansas City Monday.

It happened just after 1 p.m., near 63rd and Troost.

People at neighboring businesses said they heard commotion and arguing between people in two different cars.

One person shot into another vehicle, and a bullet hit someone inside that vehicle. That individual was taken to the hospital where they are listed in stable condition with non life-threatening injuries.

The next step in the investigation is to locate shell casings and locate witnesses, police told a FOX4 reporter on the scene. Police say the suspects were last seen driving away in a gray or black Ford.

People in the area say they're troubled this kind of activity as it puts their safety at risk.

"It's always innocent persons that get hit. They never aim at their target. It's always the innocent ones walking by that don't have nothing to do with it.  They aim and miss," said Ronald Hall, who was working at a car wash on Troost when the shooting happened.

One person was injured in a shooting near 63rd and Troost Monday, April 23, 2018.

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