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This shocking footage captures the moment when three passengers run for their lives after an armed man opens fire on their car.

The video, recorded on Stanley Road in Kirkdale, shows three men jumping out of a car and running away while gunshots are fired.

An armed man rides a bicycle down the street, which he jumps off before opening fire.

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The occupants of the vehicle attempt to flee on foot before the driver leaves the crime scene.

Merseyside Police became aware of a shooting after two men, one in their twenties and one in their thirties, visited the Royal with gunshot wounds to their hands and legs at around 12:50 p.m. on Wednesday.

Her injuries were not considered life-threatening. You stayed in the hospital tonight.

Research led to the belief that they were attacked on Stanley Road, where a trail of blood was found near the intersection with Pansy Street.

The area was cordoned off and investigated by detectives on Wednesday. A police cordon was also erected outside part of the royal.

Footage that appears to have recorded the incident has since surfaced online and has gained widespread coverage on social media.

The film shows a shooter jumping off a bicycle before opening fire on a car parked on Stanley Road. Three men get out of the vehicle – one tries to hide behind it while being shot at with a pistol – and run away. The gunner chases them and fires at least one shot while starting his chase.

Merseyside Police asked for information following the shooting today.

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Detective Inspector John Fitzgerald of the squad’s Firearms Investigation Team said, “We are working to find out exactly what happened so we are very keen to speak to anyone who has been to Stanley Road and Pansy Street around midnight seen or heard it all, either the shooting itself or any people moving away from the area and vehicle details.

“A number of firearms have been removed from the streets in the past few days and there has been a decrease in these types of incidents in recent months.

“To be so successful it is absolutely essential that we get all the information from the communities that are feeling the effects of gun crime so we can bring those responsible to justice. Talk to us directly or anonymously and we will act quickly . “

* Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Merseyside Police via Twitter (@MerPolCC) or Facebook (Merseyside Police Contact Center). Crimestoppers can also get information anonymously on 0800 555 111. to provide

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