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Video Shows Gunshots Being Fired Into Club, Injuring 2

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Police have released surveillance video of gunshots being fired into a Club Candela in Crescentville, injuring two people early Monday morning.

At 3:43 a.m., police responded to reports of a shooting at 718 Adams Avenue. Surveillance video shows an unknown male firing four shot into the bar through the double glass door.

Two people were injured from the gunfire.

The club's 30-year-old security guard was struck in his left check by a bullet. A 29-year-old female also received minor injuries on the back of her neck from the gun fire.

The security guard was sent to Albert Einstein Medical and listed in serious condition. The 29-year-old female treated at Einstein and released.

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