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City police say the victims are in stable condition and receiving hospital treatment.

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City police said a 15-year-old girl was shot in the shoulder and thigh, a 15-year-old girl was shot in the shoulder, a 16-year-old boy suffered a graze wound to the face and a gunshot wound to the hand, and a 16-year-old boy was shot in the leg.

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The shooting took place about a block from Overbrook High School in West Philadelphia, where school let out early because of parent-teacher conferences, the district's deputy chief of communications, Monique Braxton, said in a phone interview.

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Philadelphia Police First Deputy Commissioner John Stanford said it wasn't immediately clear whether the shooting was a targeted attack.

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Four Overbrook High School students were shot late Wednesday morning right as the school was dismissing for the Thanksgiving holiday, according to police.

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No weapon has been recovered and no arrest has been made.

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The Beauty Lounge's glass front door was shattered by a stray bullet and a hair station mirror had a bullseye shaped crack where a bullet struck.

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The shooting occurred a short time after the students had been dismissed early from school for parent-teacher conferences ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Police say a number of students were standing outside the beauty salon when a silver Hyundai SUV drove up and someone inside the vehicle started firing shots at the group.

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In addition, the School District of Philadelphia released its own statement regarding the ongoing gun violence, saying, in part: "We are devastated how senseless gun violence continues to plague our city."