MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Police were called out around 4 a.m. Monday to the southbound lanes of I-65.
"We received a call of a vehicle that had struck a retaining wall on southbound 65 near the Moffett Road exit. When we arrived, there we found a male and female that had been shot," said Cpl. Chris Levy with Mobile Police.
Both victims were taken to USA Medical Center for treatment. Police said they have questioned one of the victims.
"What's being reported by the victim is that they had been at a club in Eight Mile. After leaving the club, they stopped at a Texaco gas station in Prichard. While at that Texaco, they apparently had some interactions with an unknown male subject," Levy said.
Police said they are trying to find out more about the content of that interaction. They said they are evaluating the victims vehicle as well as talking to the male victim about what happened.
Police said so far no suspect has been named in the shooting.
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