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EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — A man on an electric scooter fired shots onto a Manhattan street, causing people to run for cover last month, video released by police shows.

It happened on June 13 around 3:35 p.m. in the vicinity of Second Avenue and East 115th Street in the East Harlem neighborhood, authorities said.

Two men were on a Lime electric scooter when the passenger took out a handgun and fired shots onto the sidewalk as they passed it, police said.

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Pedestrians at the corner were seen ducking and running away, surveillance video shows.

No injuries or property damage were reported, cops said. 

The suspects fled north on Second Avenue and then east on East 116th Street. 

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