LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A teenage girl was fatally shot and two others injured while watching fireworks in front of a South Los Angeles home late Wednesday night.

The shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. in the 1300 block of West 97th Street at Normandie Avenue near Westmont, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officials said.

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A group of people were enjoying 4th of July festivities when two men came running down the block and opened fire.

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Unique Russell, 14, her 12-year-old female cousin and 21-year-old male cousin were transported to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, family members said.

Russell was pronounced dead at the hospital, according to officials.

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The two other victims were both shot in the leg and are expected to survive.

Sheriff’s detectives are trying to determine a motive behind the shooting.

No suspect descriptions were released.

“She was a kid. She had a life in front of her, only 15. They need to turn themselves in, they really do,” said Russell’s cousin Fenesha McCrosky.

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Anyone with information should contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.