A reporter in West Virginia found himself dodging bullets after he had gone to cover a shooting. Sean Delancey of WCHS-TV was in downtown Charleston over the weekend following a Friday night shooting near a department store.

As he talked to a local resident with a camera rolling, several shots can he heard in the background. 

The woman can be heard asking Delancey if people are "really shooting" and Delancey answers "yes" as he rushes for cover. 

Neither were injured.

Read more from WCHS and watch the station's report below:

Delancey said he could make out three of four young men in the distance who then fled the scene, but said he could not see who was holding the gun.

“When I heard the first shot, my whole body went stiff. It was only when I got behind the car you realized how close it was because you could hear that zip,” said Delancey.

Charleston police are currently looking for the gunman.

Police are also still investigating Friday's shooting that took place in an alley behind Young's Department Store.

In that shooting, one person was shot but was able to drive himself to safety.