Update: Friday Madisonville police say they have received a lot of information from witnesses to the shooting of 19-year old JaMarkus Jackson Thursday night. Sgt. Robert Carter would not discuss the new information but says they are continuing to investigate. He says the St. Marys hospital lock down on Thursday was done because he wanted to air on the side of caution. Meanwhile JaMarkuss friend, Takira Campbell says she doesnt know who would want to hurt him. But says he was talking from his hospital bed on Friday so shes is still hopeful that he will recover. The Vanderburgh County Coroners office says JaMarkus is still listed in critical condition. Thursday Night: A shooting in Madisonville, Kentucky sparked a hospital lock down here in Evansville. Police in both Kentucky and Indiana are still trying to sort out all the details. It started just before 7 p.m. Thursday across the street from the Pride Apartments on Park Row and West Noll Avenue in Madisonville. Family members say 19-year old JaMarkus Jackson was shot 3 times as he sat in his car in the lot of a car wash where several friends had gathered moments before. Jacksons cousin Doug Davis tells Fox 7 that he had just spoken with Jackson moments before when he came back outside to find Jackson slumped over in the front seat of his car. He had been shot several times. Davis described the shock of seeing his cousins injuries: "I run over there, Im holding him up, hes all hunched over in the seat, blood coming out of his mouth and gasping real hard for air." Jackson was taken to Regional Medical Center in Madisonville, then airlifted to St. Marys Medical Center in Evansville. Thats when Madisonville police notified Evansville authorities that they may run into security problems from people showing up at the hospital. More than a dozen officers from city, county and state police converged on St. Marys. Armed with shotguns and pepper ball guns, police secured the campus. There were unconfirmed reports of a caravan of people driving from Madisonville to the hospital, but police at the main gate only confronted one car load of individuals, and made no arrests. Officers eventually were allowed to stand down, and staff at St. Marys called their massive presence"just a precaution." A family member told fox 7 that JaMarkus Jackson is originally from Providence, Kentucky, but recently moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. Police have no suspects yet, and have not released a possible motive. Theyre asking the public for help. Investigators are asking anyone with information about the case to call Madisonville Police.