This article comes courtesy of our friends at Bernalwood.
According to police, two 25-year-old victims were injured in the incident and taken to the hospital. No arrests have been made.
Several Bernal neighbors heard the crackle of gunfire as a party was taking place on the 200 block of Banks Street, near the intersection with Cortland, during the early hours of Saturday/Sunday morning.
Neighbor Rebecca tells Bernalwood:
Sometime around 1:40am there were dozens of gunshots on what appeared to be the street next to us – Banks. We were all awakened and carefully looked out the window and saw maybe a dozen people running across roofs on Banks street houses, accompanied by lots of shouting.
We called 911 and reported it, and I just called the non-emergency number about an hour later and police did confirm that it was gunfire and that they are searching our neighborhood for anyone involved.
I can see police with flashlights on that street and officers that were looking in a backyard of a Banks street house (between Eugenia/Cortland).
Neighbor AnnMarie adds:
Multiple gunshots fired in the vicinity of Banks and Cortland on Saturday night/Sunday morning around 2 am. I live on the block and was awoken by the shots, and saw many people running down the block trying to get out of the area. To the best of my knowledge one person was injured, not life threatening.
Many, many cars were damaged by bullets (including mine). The police were there shortly after the gunshots, the case number is 170842003 at the Ingleside police station.
Neighbor AnnMarie shared this photo of the bullet hole in her car:
The gunshots can clearly be heard in this security camera footage shared by another Bernal neighbor:
This video shows people running from the scene as gunfire rings out:
Update, 4:23pm: The owner of the second video has decided to take it down.
Much of the area was taped off on Sunday morning, with police gathering evidence from shell casings found on the scene and bullet holes in homes and cars.
We will update this story as additional information becomes available.