LONG ISLAND (PIX11) — Two teens were shot outside Rep. Lee Zeldin’s Long Island home while his twin daughters were in the house Sunday afternoon, according to Zeldin and police.

Authorities said three teens were walking on Saint George Drive West at around 2:19 p.m. when someone fired several shots from a dark-colored vehicle that was passing by. Two 17-year-old males were struck and tried to hide in the yard of a nearby house.

Zeldin said the teens who were shot were lying under his front porch by the bushes. The victims were transported to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The third teen fled the scene on foot.

“I am standing in front of crime scene tape in front of my home and I am outraged,” Zeldin told reporters.

“I don’t know the two or three people or the person who did the shooting,” he added.

The congressman said his 16-year-old daughters, Mikayla and Arianna, were home doing homework when they heard the gunfire. They quickly ran upstairs and barricaded themselves in the bathroom. One of the girls called 911 and the other called Zeldin and his wife, the politician said.

Zeldin said law enforcement was at his home securing surveillance footage for the investigation and that his daughters are “shaken, but ok.”

“Like so many New Yorkers, crime has literally made its way to our front door,” he said.

Zeldin will be facing Gov. Kathy Hochul in the gubernatorial election. Investigators believe the shooting was not connected to Zeldin’s campaign for governor or his congressional work.

Hochul tweeted she was relieved to hear the Zeldin family is safe and is grateful for law enforcement’s quick response.

One neighbor, fearing the gunman is still out there, was afraid to appear on camera but said the shots sounded like firecrackers.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact Seventh Squad Detectives at 631-852-8752 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.