Family Safe After Northwest Miami-Dade Home Shooting

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    More than 30 giant bullet holes covered windows, walls and cars while bullet casings littered the ground at a northwest Miami-Dade home after a random shooting Wednesday. NBC 6's Myriam Masihy reports.

    More than 30 giant bullet holes covered windows, walls and cars while bullet casings littered the ground at a Northwest Miami-Dade home after a random shooting Wednesday.

    Shooters sprayed the house for about thirty seconds to one minute as a family of six slept inside the house at 10501 NW 5th Ave. at about 4 a.m.

    "My mom was just standing up, she was praying, she was bold," resident David Louis said. "She didn't care bullets were flying, they were still shooting."

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    Incredibly, no one was hurt. The family said they don't know who could have targeted their home. They say they are a church-going family with two orphanages in Haiti.

    "Do you think it was a mistake or do you think it's just people out there wanting to do harm to anybody?" Louis said. "I'm praying to God with all my heart that it was a mistake, cause these people were shooting to kill."

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    Detectives are also investigating a similar shooting that happened 15 blocks away, at 12001 NW 5th Ave.

    Anyone with information is urged to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.