PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Four innocent victims were injured after they were caught in the crossfire of two gunmen outside of a Rite Aid in Philadelphia's Germantown section on Thursday afternoon.
The shooting happened just after 4:30 p.m. in the 100 block of West Chelten Avenue.
Police say a man and three others - a 16-year-old girl, a 65-year-old woman, a 22-year-old woman - were all injured in the shooting.
All four victims are expected to survive.
"People need to understand when you fire these guns things like this can happen, and now you have four people impacted by this," said Philadelphia Police Captain John Walker.
No arrests have been made.
Walker urged the community to come forward with any information in the case by calling 215-686-TIPS.
Caught in crossfire: 4 innocent victims injured after gun battle outside Philly Rite Aid
Video from Chopper 6 showed a number of police vehicles on the scene, and officers outside a Rite Aid store.
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