By CBSBoston.com Staff

EVERETT (CBS) — Shots rang out in broad daylight in a quiet Everett neighborhood on Sunday. Bullets hit a home and barely missed the family inside, neighbors told WBZ-TV.

Residents on Malden Street said they heard a series of gunshots around 12:30 p.m. Some of the stray bullets hit the side of homes and shattered windows.

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No one was hit.

“It sounded like fireworks but a lot louder,” said Michael Moran. He said he was walking down the street at the time and saw a white car speed the wrong way down a one-way street right after.

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“It’s terrible because you fear for life,” another neighbor said. “There were nine shots and I knew it was, I’ve heard shots before.”

It is unclear who was involved in the shooting. Police believe it’s an isolated incident.

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Anyone with information should call police at 617-389-2120.

CBSBoston.com Staff