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MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Police flocked to a Madison gas station after shots were fired.

Early Saturday evening, Madison Police received calls about shots fired at the Phillips 66 gas station at the intersection of Old Madison Pike and Hughes Road.

The clerk inside the gas station tells WHNT News 19 that a group of men left the store and got into the gold SUV.

Once inside the vehicle, the clerk says he witnessed the vehicle driving near a vehicle trying to exit the plaza.

At that point, the clerk says, he heard an altercation followed by gunshots.

The bullets hit a vehicle. No arrests have been made related to the incident, and no injuries have been reported.

WHNT News 19 continues to pursue more information about this shooting investigation.