The gunfire came from two cars near Columbia and Westmoreland avenues at around 12:30 p.m. The video from the home surveillance camera shows one person hanging out of the window shooting at another car.
“It really surprised me because it was in the middle of the day and you just don’t expect that,” said Duane Seaman, who heard the gunshots.
Neighbors said the shots continued after they turned onto another street. The bullets left holes in at least one car parked on the street.
“I heard a bunch of bangs outside the door and I knew right away it was gunshots,” Seaman said.
He said he rushed to lock his door after hearing the gunshots.
The Swissvale Police Department is investigating the shooting. A supervisor told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that there are no reports of injuries.
The department is looking for witnesses along with more videos of the shooting that Seaman hopes is the neighborhood’s first and last.
“You don’t really see this on our street ever,” he said. “You got to wonder is it going to get, is it going to happen again?”