Eleven people in Washington, D.C. were injured in a shooting that was caught on camera. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Eleven people were injured in a drive-by shooting in northwest Washington, D.C., early Monday.
Authorities say people in two cars opened fire on a crowd in the 1200 block of N. Capitol Street around 2:10 a.m.
The crowd had gathered outside an apartment complex around the time that the club scene in the area was winding down for the night.
One victim was a teenager; the rest are adults. All are expected to survive.
"We have mostly gunshot wounds to the legs, extremities, hands, some graze wounds... Eleven people have been transported to a hospital for some sort of treatment," Lanier said.
The most serious injury was in a man who was shot in the back, reported News4’s Megan McGrath.
It's also possible some victims were injured by flying glass from a shattered bus shelter.
Police spent the morning collecting evidence at a crime scene that stretches nearly a block. A section of N. Capitol Street was cordoned off from M Street to New York Avenue.
Investigators had to wait until the sun rose to finish laying down evidence markers, placing at least 46 to record where bullets and fragments landed.
Lanier said some people were stopped near the scene and are being questioned by officers. They are still looking for two vehicles: a dark, older BMW and a silver sedan.
Police have released a video of the shooting: