A man was rushed to the hospital Saturday after being shot in a Wendy's drive-thru, police said.
The North Miami Beach Police Department said the shooting occurred at the Wendy's restaurant located at 25 NE 167th Street.
The man was located at a nearby gas station and transported to Aventura Trauma Center.
Surveillance footage appears to show a black Cadillac Escalade slowly drifting out of the Wendy's drive-thru heading into traffic on 167th street. The SUV then creeps over the median, rolling into the eastbound lanes before coming to a stop right in front of the gas station. A man is then seen running across the street.
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After the gunfire, footage shows people coming out of the gas station a pointing toward the SUV. They can be seen on video standing around the Escalade, before someone appears to drive the SUV out of the roadway and into the parking lot.
Other people inside the SUV ran away from the scene, investigators said.
The Escalade was later towed away after police wrapped up their on-scene investigation late Saturday night.
The extent of the man's injuries are currently unknown and police have not released any information about the suspect.
Police are investigating the incident.
No further information was immediately available.
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