Panic and chaos caught on tape early Sunday in New Orleans as two gunmen opened fire on Bourbon Street, injuring nine people. Police are still on the hunt for the suspects, who fled the scene.

The gunshots sent panicked crowds fleeing into bars and businesses in the French Quarter. Watch the chaos unfold in the surveillance video footage shown this morning on Fox and Friends.

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans police continue searching for two men who exchanged gunfire on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, leaving nine people shot in the crossfire, including two who are in critical condition.

Images captured from a surveillance camera above a bar showed people running down the street in the chaos of the shooting at 2:45 a.m. Sunday.

New Orleans Police Chief Ronal Serpas said six victims were hospitalized in stable condition. The other victim's condition wasn't available. Some of them were tourists. Their names weren't immediately released.

Serpas says victims were shot "by two cowardly young men trying to hurt each other."

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu pledged a swift response from law enforcement.

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