TOLEDO, Ohio (13abc Action News) - Police are looking for whoever shot four people at an after hours club in central Toledo.
It happened near the corner of Huron and Magnolia around 2:00 Saturday morning.
"It's alright to have a good time at any time a day, but when you start killing and shooting, it's time to do something about it," said resident William Peterson.
Peterson lives so close to the so-called club that police told him to check his home for bullet holes.
He says he saw at least 75 people scatter from the scene when shots rang out.
"[I saw] people running out of there carrying bodies," said Peterson. "I seen them carry a guy out, put him in the car, and I guess took him to the hospital before the ambulance or anybody came."
Detectives say the four victims were taken to a nearby hospital with unknown injuries.
After seeing violence like this on their street, neighbors like Peterson say they're worried for their family's safety.
"I'm afraid to let my grandkids come spend the night on the weekends," said Peterson. "Because bullets don't have names. They go wherever the trigger pulls it and it could go right through a window and ricochet and kill someone."
"I have a disabled wife and, you never know, a bullet could come flying through that window," said neighbor Dave Halis.
At last check, no one has been arrested in connection with this shooting. A motive also hasn't been released.
If you have any tips to help police, call Crime Stopper at (419) 255-1111.