OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Oakland Police are now looking for those responsible for a mass shooting in West Oakland.
Among the victims was a woman driving by the scene.
Police received a call around 9:15 p.m. Friday, about a shooting at 32nd Street and San Pablo Avenue.
According to the Bay Area News Group, the victims was walking in the area, when more than one shooter approached and opened fire.
Five people were shot -- a 24-year-old woman and four men ages 24, 30 and two 27-year-olds.
A sixth victim was a 24-year-old woman who just happened to be driving by, at the time of the gunfire.
A stray bullet hit the window, and sent glass shards into her eyes.
At least two of the victims were treated and released from Highland Hospital.
Police found some three dozen bullet casings at the crime scene.
Authorities say investigators have not made any arrests in this case, but they tell the Bay Area News Group that the shooting was possibly gang-related.