ATLANTA - Atlanta police are looking for two men involved in an early-morning home invasion in southwest Atlanta.
Kevontia Hudson said several men forced their way into her home on Pryor Street and held a gun to her and her baby.
She said the men then kicked in a door and shot her mother-in-law twice in the arm.
Hudson said her father-in-law fought the men and dislocated his shoulder.
Hudson said she has no idea who the men are or why they targeted the family.
“My life flashed before my eyes, and I’ve never been through anything like this at all," Hudson said.
Hudson said the men did not take any of their belongings.
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