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Twenty-nine shots were fired and four people were wounded late Sunday night in Southeast Washington. No one was killed.

The incident happened just before midnight Sunday in the 5900 block of Southern Avenue SE near East Capitol Street SE.

One person was shot in the chest and another was shot in the arm, according to a police report. A third person was shot in the hand and wrist. Another victim, police said, drove himself to a hospital after being shot in the leg.

They were all treated at hospitals for their injuries.

A Shot Spotter device picked up the sound of 29 shots that were fired along Southern Avenue.

Witnesses were not able to give descriptions of the suspects, according to D.C. police. Several buildings and cars in the area were also damaged.