HAZELWOOD, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Three people were shot Friday on a stretch I-270 in Hazelwood that has seen two shootings in two weeks.

According to police, around 11:40 a.m., suspects opened fire on a gold Buick on 270 at Lindbergh.

Police responded to the scene and found two men and a woman shot inside.

All westbound lanes were closed, and the victims were taken to a nearby hospital. Their injuries are not life threatening.

The highway reopened just before 1:30 p.m. after officers finished their investigation. 

Black Ford Edge suspect vehicle in 12/27 270 shooting

Police believe the suspect vehicle is a newer model black Ford Edge. The vehicle does not appear to have a front license plate attached seen in surveillance video.

Officers said the shooting appears to be random. The victims didn't recognize the suspected car or realize there was anything happening until they were hit by bullets. 

This is the same location of a deadly highway shooting earlier this month. Investigators believe the victim in that case, 20-year-old Marvin Davis, was targeted by the shooters. 

Editor's Note: The above video is from a deadly shooting on the same stretch of highway earlier this month, not Friday's incident. 

In that incident, a witness provided police with dash cam video from the time of the shooting. The video shows a car swerving on the highway and crashing. Police are looking to identify two people in a black SUV.

WATCH: Dash cam captures moments before deadly I-270 shooting; police find suspect's car

The black SUV was later found in St. Louis City but the suspects remain at large.

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