UPDATE: Chattanooga police are still searching for answers following a Friday morning shooting on Dodson Avenue.

Investigators spent most of the morning working to determine what led up to the incident and who fired the shots.

Resident Gene Cobbins said he's thanking God after the shooting at C & S Market that sent two people to the hospital.

"If I had been twenty minutes earlier I would've been right there in that store across the street. I would've been right there in that store when they did all that shooting," he told Channel 3.

It's a store he said he visits frequently.

"They go in there with those guns and (they're) shooting and killing folks. It don't make no sense," Cobbins said.

He believes God kept him away from danger.

"He always gone protect his own," he said.

Cobbins said it's not unusual to see crime in his neighborhood.

"A lot of it. Something (is) happening every day. You look at the news, it's on the news, you cut the TV on and it's nothing but bad things," he explained.

He and other residents said they are saddened by what they see happening and are hoping for change in their community.

A spokesperson with CPD did confirm that there was only one shooting on Dodson Avenue after earlier reports of a separate incident on Camden Street.

Both victims are in the hospital at this time. One was taken by a personal car, and the other was taken in an ambulance. 

We're told one of the victims is in critical condition, while the other suffered from non-life-threatening injuries.

PREVIOUS STORY: Two people were shot Friday morning on Dodson Avenue.

Details are few, but Chattanooga Police say the incident happened near the 1500 block of Dodson Avenue around 8:30 am.

Both of the victims ended up at a local hospital for examination and treatment for their injuries. One was taken via ambulance; the other arrived in a personal vehicle.

One of the victims is in critical condition, and the other has non-life-threatening injuries.

Police are at the scene and working to gather additional information.

Channel 3 has a crew at the scene and will update this developing story.