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Video: Police searching for 4 wanted in shootout that injured driver near Philadelphia rec center

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PHILADELPHIA - Investigators with the Philadelphia Police Department are searching for a group of juveniles wanted in connection with a shooting near a rec center that left one woman injured.

Police say the incident occurred on Tuesday night on the 3100 block of North 22nd Street. According to authorities, a woman was driving north on 22nd Street when she came across large crowds of people running in the area.

Police say she did not realize there was a shootout going on between two groups firing on opposite sides of the sidewalk and she drove through.

Police say a bullet went through the victim's driver-side door, hitting her in the left thigh. On Thursday, police released surveillance video of the shooting. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESAccording to officials, a large group of juveniles started to fight outside the Patani Rec Center and two males were observed exchanging a gun near the front doors of the center.

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