Neighbors describe HBG shooting crime scene a day later
HARRISBURG, Pa. —
Neighbors who live near where the Harrisburg shooting that killed U.S. Deputy Marshal Christopher Hill took place are still reeling from yesterday.
Near the house where neighbors say they shootout began you can see bullet holes in homes and cars along the street.
One neighbor said his car window was shot out in the crossfire.
"I just woke up to various gunshots. I want to say in between 20 and 30 gunshots at least," the neighbor said. "I actually rolled out of bed and hit the floor because it sounded very close. Having my 5 year old son, it's starting to make me think of moving out of here."