HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford police are investigating after three people were shot and one of them was killed Tuesday afternoon.

Hartford Police Lt. Aaron Boisvert said they received a shot spotter activation around 1:50 p.m. at 614 Albany Avenue. Numerous gunshots were fired at that scene, with News 8 counting at least 11 bullet holes along the driver’s side and back window of one car.

Officers who responded to the Albany Avenue activation located evidence of a shooting at 580 Albany Avenue.

Officers were then dispatched to 152 Mather Street, where a shot spotter activation came in around three minutes later. Upon officers’ arrival at Mather Street, Boisvert said they located an unresponsive victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

That victim, later identified by police as 22-year-old Kendall Fair of West Hartford, was taken to St. Francis Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

According to police, dispatch was notified of two more victims who arrived at St. Francis Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. Investigation revealed one of those victims, a male in his forties, was shot on Albany Avenue and the second victim, a male in his twenties, was shot at 152 Mather Street.

Police believe these two incidents are related. They remain under investigation.

“Our officers are going to be out, our patrols are going to be amped up tonight,” Boisvert said. “High alert in this area obviously. Very concerning, so we’re all going to be out here.”

Meanwhile, parents have been coming to pick up their students as school buses have been going by the crime scene.

“I literally just had this conversation with him earlier. Bad people do bad things and you just got to keep yourself safe,” Hartford resident Dasean Byrd told News 8.

Lacrisha Williams of Hartford came to Mather Street to make sure her friend was OK. It was posted on Facebook she lost her son in the shooting.

This is not the first time Williams has been to a crime scene. She said her brother was murdered about a mile from the scene.

“They shot my brother nine times and burnt him up in a car on Blue Hills. I have much to say, I have a lot to say because it is not fair to any family to have to go through this,” Williams said.

This is Hartford’s first homicide of 2022.

This is a developing story. Stay with News 8 for updates.