By Steven Graves

CHICAGO (CBS) — A child was in the path of gunfire Sunday afternoon as a car was shot at in West Garfield Park, and later crashed into a building nearly a mile to the north in Humboldt Park.

As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reported, surveillance video just before 1 p.m. showed the crash happening at Chicago and Kedzie avenues. Workers at a nearby Popeye’s rushed to call 911.

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A black car in which the occupants were shot first hit another car, and then narrowly missed other vehicles in a drive-through lane before hitting a nearby building.

Soon after, a woman is seen carrying out a little girl, while a man is seen limping.

Police said someone shot the man and woman in the car moments before the crash. The shooting happened in the 100 block of North Kedzie Avenue in East Garfield Park, near the Chicago Transit Authority Green Line stop at Kedzie Avenue.

The back window of the car shattered during the shooting.

The man was shot in the leg, the woman in the arm. Both victims were taken to Stroger Hospital of Cook County in serious condition and are expected to survive.

“Wow! Wow! What happened?!” was the reaction of Popeye’s assistant manager Rose Williams when the monumental crash interrupted the regular lunchtime rush.

It all happened feet from Rose and her workers.

“What was going through my head – I was just really trying to make sure my employees were OK,” Williams said.

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None of them hurt. The little girl in the car with the gunshot victims was not hurt either, but Williams was concerned about her.

“The little girl was a little upset – probably because, you know, she’s scared,” Williams said.

Williams helped the woman who was shot in the arm – trailing blood.

She ran in bleeding everywhere, but when the police came by, she was calm,” Williams said.

The person in other car involved in the crash walked with paramedics.

Williams’ mind late Sunday remained with the girl – innocently caught in the crosshairs.

“The violence is a lot,” she said. “Since I grew up, I’ve never seen it this bad. Honestly. It’s really, really bad. It’s outrageous now.”

Williams said it is violence she’s seen and heard too much.

It was not known if the shooter in the incident was driving or walking.

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There was no one in custody Sunday afternoon. Area Four detectives were investigating.