UPDATE: Lexington Police Investigating Shooting on Cambridge Drive

Reported by: Melanie Kendall
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Updated: 1/19 12:26 am

Lexington Police are still searching for the shooters who sent two men to the hospital Friday night.

It happened at the Winding Brook Apartment complex on Cambridge Drive.

Police said two people were shot.  One was shot in the leg and is in stable, but critical condition, the other was shot in the chest. Both were taken to UK Hospital.

Many people in the Winding Brook Apartment Complex said they were having a quiet Friday, some said they were already asleep when the shots were fired.

Neighbors who were awake said they heard people arguing, things being thrown then gunshots.

"We're shocked,” said Erick Barahona, who lives in the apartment below where the shots were fired.  “It was right above us so we're just like all kind of scared because we didn't know who got hurt, if they were still up there, we didn't know what was going on.  We just knew something was happening upstairs."

Lexington Police said the apartment had no sign of forced entry.

No arrests have been made. 

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