‘It was absolutely terrifying,’ -- Doorbell camera captures shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood
DETROIT – A surveillance camera captured the chaotic moment when shots broke out in an Eastpointe neighborhood early Friday morning.
One woman was sitting on her porch to have a cigarette before bed when the shots were fired.
“I went out on the back porch to have a cigarette,” said the woman. “I was just sitting there and I heard a car coming towards me and the shot started going. My heart was pounding for a good hour and a half afterwards.”
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