CHESTER, Pa. (WPVI) --An off-duty police officer was caught in the crossfire when gunfire broke out as he was driving down a street in Chester, Pennsylvania.
The officer was not injured, but another man was.
It happened just before 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Tilghman and 9th Street.
Police say a silver Pontiac came to a stop, taking on bullets.
The driver's side door was also hit.
According to the Chester Police Department, the Pontiac belongs to a Chester Township police officer, who got caught in the crossfire.
The Chester chief of police says the officer was off-duty and happened to be driving through the area.
The Pontiac is his personal car.
It was around 3:30 p.m. Sunday when the bullets started to fly. The off-duty officer called in for back up.
Police now confirm a young man, 21 years of age, was struck in the leg, but his injury is not life-threatening.
Detectives also say this is the second time in recent weeks the same victim has been involved in a similar situation.
He's refusing to cooperate with police in aiding their investigation.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Chester police.