2 children shot, wounded in separate shootings in Gary

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GARY, Ind.  --  Two young children are recovering from wounds suffered in separate shootings in Gary.

An eight year-old girl and a nine year-old boy were shot on Monday night.

The eight year-old, Harmoni Harton, was eating pizza at her grandparent's house when bullets went through a window. The bullet punctured her lung and hit her intestine.

The Honor Roll student is being treated at The University of Chicago.

But, her family says she is expected to make a full recovery.

As for the nine year-old, Devin Marshall, he was also shot about a mile away at a home.

Police say a white Pontiac was seen leaving the scene of both shootings. But, they don't know if the shootings are related.

An investigation is underway.

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