Neighbors on edge after gunfire erupts in quiet subdivision

Surveillance cameras caught the hail of gunfire erupt, sending bullets into houses and cars.

CITY OF SOUTH FULTON, Ga. — An early morning shootout in a quiet neighborhood in the City of South Fulton has neighbors on edge.

Neighbors told Channel 2′s Tom Jones that they woke up to gunfire in the Kings Place subdivision around 1 a.m. Tuesday. Neighbors said two groups of people were fighting when bullets started flying.

A neighbor's video doorbell recorded the sounds of the shots. At least three homes were hit by bullets. Cars were also hit. The video shows two people running for their lives. One person even tripped and fell.

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Neighbors said they worry someone could have been killed.

"Oh it sounded like a war zone," one neighbor told Jones.

Neighbors said it started with about 15 men and women arguing.

"It was just a bunch of people arguing. They were walking around the neighborhood hanging out," Jerry Singleton said.

Singleton said his daughter's car got hit.

""That was a lot of shooting. That was like somebody was upset," Katina Singleton said. "We have been living here all these years and we've never experienced none of that.

Another neighbor told Jones that she was the one who called 911 after the two groups of people began yelling and cursing. She hung up and had to call 911 again after the gunfire erupted. She said she doesn't feel safe.

"Safety is comfort," she said. "There was no level of comfort to this at all."

Neighbors have no idea who was shooting or why. All they know is that it came from down the street. Police are gathering details before sharing what they can about the shooting.

Neighbors are asking for more police presence.