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Women leaving home end up dodging bullets

Someone shot at two women Wednesday morning as they left their Danville home.

Elnora Swann and her sister were walking out of the back of the home on Duncan Hill to pick-up a child. That's when she heard gunshots.

"Me and my sister stepped out the door, and we heard these footsteps coming up real close to us. Then, I pushed her back in the door. And then I dove in the door and heard 'bam bam bam.'"

She says they heard about five gun shots.

"I fear for my life. You know, now I'm not gonna come outside at all by myself."

Three bullets hit her jeep parked in the driveway. One hit a neighboring home.

"I don't have no enemies," said Swann.

She also says this is not the first time she's heard or even seen suspicious people lurking around the home. She doesn't think the suspects were after her.

"I got an oldest son that's up there incarcerated in the Boyle County Jail," said Swann. "Just like I said. I will not leave the house late at night."

Swann says because it was so dark, she couldn't see anyone running away, and wasn't able to give police a good description. Danville police are still looking for suspects.

No one was living in the home next door that was hit by a bullet.


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