VIDEO: Philadelphia shooting victims crash into car, house in Hunting Park

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Surveillance cameras captured chaos on the streets of Hunting Park. (WPVI)

Two parked cars and a house were heavily damaged by an out-of-control minivan after both men in the vehicle had been shot, police say - and it was all caught on camera.

The dramatic incident unfolded Friday in Hunting Park, and it was all caught on camera.

Maria Rivera was cooking dinner just after 5 p.m. at her home in the 600 block of West Venango Street when she heard gunshots.

She ran to the door, worried that her husband may have been hit by a stray bullet on his way to the corner store.

She and her daughter were in for a shock.

"I didn't know what to think," she told Action News. The only words that came were, "Oh my god!" she said.

The moment was captured by her surveillance cameras.

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Surveillance cameras show van crashing.

"Soon as we opened the door, boom, it hit us. I didn't know what was going on, my daughter did not know. I went in the house," Rivera said.

It was later learned someone had fired several shots at two people who were inside a van.

The driver of the van lost control, hit a handicapped parking sign and slammed into Rivera's brand new 2016 Kia.

"I'm looking down towards 7th Street, and I noticed the van go into reverse. I didn't think it was going to come towards us, and it just went too fast," Rivera said.

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Surveillance cameras show the van colliding with Maria Rivera's car.

That was just the beginning.

"It just slammed into the house, into my car, reverse back, slammed into my house, slammed into the car, reverse back, slammed back into the car, brought it up to the sidewalk, reverse and then took it," Rivera said. "Made a new parking spot right in front."

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Surveillance cameras show a van colliding into Maria Rivera's vehicle.

Rivera's car was hit five times.

Her daughter's car, which was parked right behind Rivera's, was also heavily damaged.

Seconds later, cameras show the two men who were shot fleeing the scene on foot.

Both cars were totaled.

Rivera's home also suffered damage from the collision.

She's insured, but she'll have to pay a $1,000 deductible on the house and another $500 on her car.

"And then I have to go get another loan and then go get a car. It's keeping me not only from work, but from my daily duties. I'm stuck in the house," Rivera said.

The two men who were shot did survive. One was shot in the face.

Police have made an arrest in the shooting, but are looking for others who may have been involved.

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