Four people were reported injured in a shooting at a downtown Binghamton business.

Binghamton police detectives at the Susquehanna Street shooting scene. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Initial reports indicated the incident erupted during a fight at a small convenience store at 121 Susquehanna Street. It happened at about 2:40 p.m. Friday.

The Binghamton Fire Department ambulance transported one wounded person from the scene to Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City.

Binghamton Fire Department ambulance leaves shooting scene en route to Wilson Medical Center. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

A second person was transported by a taxi to Lourdes Hospital on Binghamton's West Side.

Two other people with gunshot-related injuries apparently fled the shooting scene. They were found a short time later at separate downtown locations. One of those was grazed by a bullet during the incident.

Susquehanna Street was closed between Carroll and Fayette streets for the police investigation.

Several marked police patrol cars and detective units converged on the neighborhood where the shooting occurred.

Police were said to be looking for at least one suspect who may have fled the area in a vehicle.

Conditions of those who were wounded were not immediately known.

Blood was visible in the rear seat of this taxi which transported an injured person to a hospital. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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