Two people are in custody after a shooting Monday in Flint. Shots rang out around 2 p.m. Monday afternoon on Reid Street. That's on Flint's west side.
Denise Miller says she had just pulled up to her house and was still waiting inside her car when it all unfolded.
"I heard five shots, looked in my rear view mirror. I Thought it was firecrackers. Then I heard two more," said Miller.
That's when Miller went to her neighbor's home and he had already contacted the authorities.
"He had called 911. He said he was looking out his window and saw guys arguing one guy pulled out a gun and started shooting," continued Miller.
Two males were taken to area hospitals with gunshot wounds. One victim is in critical condition, the other is okay.
Miller says this type of violence has never hit this close to home and she hopes it never does again. While one never knows when danger is lurking around the corner or just down the street, Miller says she refuses to live in fear.
"I'm not moving. We watch out for each other. God will take care of me," says Miller.
Police say the people in custody are persons of interest and no charges have been filed.
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