A gun was fired at a group of teenagers who were arguing in the downtown SEPTA station, police say

Authorities are investigating after they said someone pulled out a gun during an argument between a large group of high school students at a crowded downtown SEPTA station.

FOX 29 obtained security camera footage that shows the person pointing what is believed to be a gun at a group of high school students at City Hall’s SEPTA stop around 1 p.m. Thursday.

Police do not know if the person accused of pointing the gun was part of the arguing group.

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A SEPTA spokesperson estimated that there were 15 to 20 teenagers involved in the argument that led to the gun being drawn.

No shots were fired and everyone had fled when the police arrived.

“They need better security here,” a frustrated SEPTA pilot told FOX 29. “Things like that happen everywhere, so here I’m really not surprised about it.”

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