Texas Teens Recall Pulse-Pounding Ordeal as They Were Shot At 30 Times: 'I Am Going to Die Here'

Authorities are still searching for the suspects.

Terrifying footage of a Texas driveway shooting has emerged as police hunt the suspects who opened fire on two teens in a car.  

Cellphone footage of the incident in Converse begins as a teen is dropped off at her home at about 4 a.m. after a night out. But as she gets out of the car, she spots two shadowy figures lurking behind a tree. 

Suddenly, they pull out handguns and start shooting at the car. Cops later determined more than 30 shots had been fired. 

Inside the car, the girls know and had to flee but the driver panics. She is heard saying, "They shot at my tires, I can't."

Her friend insists they have to move and they eventually do. 

The suspects drove after the teens and fired additional shots. 

Sierra and Genesis, the women in the car, spoke to Inside Edition. 

"They never left," Sierra said. "They thought we were already dead and we were just praying that they wouldn't come up to our car and finish us off."

Genesis added, "I just remember thinking to myself, 'This is it. These are my last moments. I am going to die here. I am going to die in this car.'" 

Police in Converse, Texas are still searching for the suspects.   

The Converse Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspects and asking anyone with information regarding the incident to call 210-658-2322.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrests of the suspects.