Only on 12: News 12 obtains video of drive-by shooting that injured 4

News 12 has obtained exclusive video showing the moment when a gunman opened fire on a group of mostly teens in Yonkers on Thursday. 
Police say four victims were shot in the apparent drive-by shooting, and that they have several persons of interest in custody. 
It happened around 4:15 p.m. at the corner of Elm and Oak streets.
Officials say a male suspect in a vehicle leaned out of a rear window and opened fire.
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Police say they have recovered 9mm shell casings in the area.
The most seriously injured victim, a 22-year-old woman, is at Westchester Medical Center after getting shot in the liver and the leg.
One victim was shot in the calf, and another was shot in the ankle. The fourth person was struck with shrapnel. Those three victims are 18 and 19 years of age, police say.
Police say it appears the shooting was gang-related.
They say a firearm has been recovered. 
Police have not said how many people they've arrested or what the charges are. All four victims are expected to survive.