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Video Appears To Show Moment Suspected Gunmen Allegedly Open Fire On Eight Students

The Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) on Wednesday released surveillance footage that appears to show a suspected shooter at a SEPTA bus stop.

The video shows the suspects getting into a blue Hyundai, followed by three masked men getting out of the back and passenger seats. It is believed that he then fired shots near the bus stop and fled at high speed. Eight students were reportedly injured in the shooting.

Seven of the victims are in stable condition and another is classified as “critical,” NBC News Philadelphia report. The eight students were identified as students at nearby Northeast High School, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The school has opted to switch to online classes for the rest of the week. However, the agency said the building will remain open for grief counseling. KTVU 2. (Related: Crime rises under the watch of Soros-supporting prosecutors in 6 major cities)

The vehicle involved in the shooting was recovered in the city's Olney neighborhood, according to Fox 29's Steve Keeley. Police said they found the vehicle with its temporary tag removed and wires exposed.

The alleged shooting is one of several mass shootings believed to have struck the city in recent days. At least three fatal firearm incidents have occurred on or near SEPTA bus routes. NBC reported.

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