Gas station shooting injures 1 on Detroit's east side

Detroit police are investigating after a shooting at a gas station overnight on the city's east side. 

Police say one person was injured in the shooting, which happened at the Citgo gas station at Evanston and Chalmers streets near the I-94 Service Drive. 

Police say two cars were parked, and the people inside appeared to have known each other. Police say the group was in a dispute and, when one of the cars began pulling away, someone started shooting. 

One person was hurt and drove himself to the hospital. Police say he's listed in stable condition. 

The shooting happened at one of Detroit's Project Green Light gas stations, which means the station pays to be under real-time surveillance by the Detroit Police Department, and that their surveillance recordings are in high-definition. 

Similar incidents at other Project Green Light gas stations have led to quick arrests of suspects, with police crediting the high quality surveillance footage. Police have not yet released video pertaining to Friday's shooting. 

Police say the victim was 24 years old, and that the suspects were in a Chevy Impala. 

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