PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Officials are investigating a shooting that involved an off-duty officer in Philadelphia.

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The incident occurred around 11:12 a.m. on the 100 block of Chestnut Street.

According to police, an off-duty officer, from New Jersey, went back to his car to secure his gun after being denied access to a building.

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Police say the off-duty officer’s gun accidentally discharged once, going through the window of his car and the window of Triumph Brewing Company.

No injuries have reported.

Triumph Brewing Company was closed due to the investigation.

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