PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. (WSVN) - Two siblings were hospitalized after they were shot in Pembroke Pines.

The reported shooting occurred at 11801 Pembroke Road, Tuesday afternoon.

Witnesses told 7News that they heard the siblings arguing over the phone and then 10 minutes later, they heard over 20 gunshots. Some bullets managed to pierce a neighbors van that was feet away from the home.

“I just hear boom, boom, boom,” said a witness.

According to police, the victims were targeted by a suspect. The motive is not clear.

They were both transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

A grandmother of the the two victims said they are siblings, a brother who is 17 years old and a sister who is 23 years old.

The grandmother said she has no idea why her grandchildren were targeted.

“It’s real upsetting because you don’t know who did it,” said the grandmother.

She said that the siblings’ mother heard the shots when she was home.

“She was in the bed, she heard this commotion, she heard the gun, some bullets,” she said. “And they let them know they were shot.”

During the chaos, some neighbors rushed to help. One woman told 7News off camera she saw a lot of blood, applied pressure on their gunshot wounds and called police.

Police are now searching for a vehicle that left the area after the shooting took place.

“They might come back in a different car, you never know,” said the grandmother. “These young people, they crazy now. Life’s getting short.”

Police have not released a description of the vehicle they are looking for.

Please check back on and 7News for more details on this developing story.

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