Bullets fly during clash on Bronx street: video

Bullets flew on a Bronx street during a clash between a man on a scooter and a group hanging out on the sidewalk, video released early Wednesday shows. 

One of the men was riding a white scooter on Aqueduct Avenue near West 192nd Street in Fordham Manor around 6:50 p.m. Tuesday when he drove through a group standing on the sidewalk, cops said. 

The man on the scooter exchanged words with someone in the crew, police said. 

Then, a man in the group displayed a gun and pointed it at the scooter rider, footage released early Wednesday shows. 

The scooter rider took off, but returned a short time later, according to cops and the video. 

He positioned himself in front of a parked car and let off a few rounds just as a car passed on the street, the clip shows. 

The conflict started when a man on a white scooter drove through a group that was hanging out on the sidewalk.

The man who initially menaced him with a gun fired back, cops said. 

Both suspects took off, police said. No one was hurt. 

The scooter rider has a medium build and was last seen wearing a black baseball hat, a black mask, a dark jacket, a white shirt, blue jeans and red sneakers. 

Bronx gunfight
Both men fled after the gunfight, police say.

The other shooter is described as a male with a light complexion, last seen wearing a black jacket with a hood, black pants and black sneakers.