"First I hear the first three shots and I knew off the bat it wasn't fireworks," she said.
Weston continued, "I tried to see what was goin on out my door and I see them its one dude on that side and one dude on this side and they're shootin back and forth at each other."
Weston says they fired more than 10 shots at each other. Many of the bullets were flying erratically.
During the crossfire bullets were flying towards the apartments - one of them remains in a door it hit. A man who lives there says it narrowly missed his face.
Other bullets shot through apartment walls. One neighbor, who did not want to be identified, said if it weren't for her TV stand, she might have been shot by a stray bullet while in her second story bedroom.
Another man was shot twice in his lower body. Police say he is now in stable condition, after being taken to the hospital in a private car.
The scene leaves neighbors shaken, and worried for their safety.
"We dont want our kids bein raised in a war zone... we live in Williamsport not Afghanistan and I would like that I can sit in my house and have my kids runnin around out here and be safe."
People who live on Second Street say the problem lies with people visiting the block, not the tenants.
"It's like the kids cant come out and play they gotta be subject to staying inside the house because guys wanna come around here fighting or shooting and none of them live around here," said neighbor Jeanette Hall.
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