By Anita Oh
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A bystander and a school bus were hit by bullets in North Philadelphia, and now police are searching for four suspects caught on camera.READ MORE: CBS3 Pet Project: Most Popular Pet Names In 2021
A school bus got caught in a shower of bullets just before 4:30 p.m. Friday in the 4400 block of North 19th Street near Wingohocking Street in the city’s Logan section.
Police say four gunmen fired more than 40 shots from semi-automatic weapons and that it is miraculous that everyone, including the innocent bystander, survived.
Surveillance cameras captured the incident, which left behind shattered glass and at least eight bullet holes to that bus.
The 47-year-old driver, a 20-year-old woman, and a 13-year-old girl were not hit, even though police say they found projectiles had gone through the bus.READ MORE: Triple Shooting In Kensington Leaves 2 Men Dead, Another Injured, Philadelphia Police Say
A 58-year-old man, shot in the left ear, is in stable condition at Einstein Medical Center. That victim told police he was not the intended target.
Chief Inspector Scott Small says surveillance video shows a car with tinted windows parked at the intersection.
“It clearly shows four males exit the vehicle wearing masks and armed with guns,” Small said. “These four men begin firing weapons.”
Police are still looking for those four suspects. The motive for the shooting is unclear.MORE NEWS: Doylestown, Buckingham Township House Fire Leaves Man Dead
Anyone with information should call authorities.