Police are investigating a drive-by shooting Monday where multiple homes and cars were hit by gunfire in northeast Miami-Dade.
Miami-Dade Police responded to the scene near Northeast 180th Street and 8th Avenue after reports of shots fired in the area.
"I ran from across the house to grab my kids and put them in the room without windows because I felt like it was the safest," said one woman, who lives in the neighborhood. "And it was going on and on and on."
MDPD said three homes and several vehicles in the area were struck by gunfire, but no people were struck.
"I didn't feel safe at all. I just felt like I was alone in all this," said a neighbor who told NBC 6 it took police 15 minutes to arrive at the scene. "All my neighbors, we're all in a chat and we were like, 'Where are the cops? Where are they?'"
Officials have determined it was a drive-by shooting but did not release details on the shooters involved.
"My kids are traumatized, completely traumatized," the neighbor said. "My five-year-old kept saying 'Mommy, I know that's not fireworks, just tell us what happened.'"
Anyone with information is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.