Two men were shot and killed in a car-to-car shooting in Rancho Dominguez Monday afternoon.
The shooting occurred on the 17600 block of South Santa Fe Avenue near the 91 Freeway around 4:45 p.m. Monday.
The victims were not identified as of Monday night, but friends and family of the apparentvictims were at the scene trying to get answers.
"My little brother is deceased! And his best friend in the car. And they wouldn't give us no information, nothing," Keshawn Castilow said. "I'm certain my brother's gone. I wouldn't be crying.”
Two vehicles were traveling southbound on Santa Fe Avenue when the subjects in one vehicle opened fire on the victims in another vehicle, which then collided with two other cars. The shooting occurred near the General Relief welfare office, but investigators are certain the shooting was not related to the office.
"This is where you come, get your little food stamps. People who don't have stuff like that. And there's police always up here, like every day," Kevone Jason, a friend of the victims, said.
A deputy nearby reported shots fired at the intersection, according to the LA Sheriff’s Department.
One man died at the scene and the other died at the hospital.
No arrests have been reported. Detectives plan to look for cameras along Santa Fe Avenue Tuesday morning.
The crime appears to be gang-related.