Miami-Dade Police said the shooting happened outside the Friends Meat Market on the 6600 block of Northwest 22nd Avenue. Witness Sherell Williams described what she saw, and Viviam Armstrong, whose son was fired upon, recounted what he said.
Authorities are investigating after a man was shot in northwest Miami-Dade Wednesday afternoon.
The shooting happened at about noon outside the Friends Meat Market on the 6600 block of Northwest 22nd Avenue, Miami-Dade Police said.
A man was shot in the arm while standing outside and went in the store for help, police said. He was being treated for the injury.
“When I went inside the store, I seen blood spots and a shirt covered with blood and the man told me I couldn't come in the store," witness Sherell Williams said.
Nearby Poinciana Park Elementary was placed on lockdown as a precaution after shots rang out in the neighborhood, police said.
Suspects in a red Nissan Altima were shooting an AK-47 assault rifle as they drove by, according to police.
“He said all of a sudden somebody just got out and started shooting at them or whatever," said Viviam Armstrong, whose son was fired upon. "So I really don't know what's going on, but I just came to make sure he's OK, that's all.”
No details were given about possible suspects.