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Police say car flips after shootout in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WSHM) -

Springfield police are investigating an accident at the corner of Main Street and Huntington Street.

Police said a shootout occurred just before the accident.

The drivers of the car fled the scene, but police told CBS 3 they believe they have identified the two people who were driving the car. They are searching for them right now.

We will have more information on the developing situation as it becomes available.

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