CLEVELAND, Ohio — A large brawl involving about 100 people ended in gunfire that that wounded two people and hit several houses and cars in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood, police said.
The fight broke out about 4 a.m. Monday on East 126th Street near Shaw Avenue, according to police.
About 100 people brawled in the street, police reports say. Someone pulled out a gun and fired some 30 gunshots, witnesses told police.
Bullets sprayed across the street. A 35-year-old woman told police she was sitting in her car when the gunfire erupted.
She sped off down the road, but a bullet shattered one her windows and a bullet hit her in the right arm, police reports say. She drove herself to University Hospitals, police said.
A 23-year-old man said he was walking in the area when was shot in the face. Both said they never saw who fired the shots, police reports say.
A 44-year-old man who lives on the street showed officers the bullet holes in his air conditioner and windows on the first and second floor of his home, police reports say.
Another man who lives nearby reported to police a bullet ripped through his home and ended up in his kitchen. He gave the officers the fired bullet that was still intact, according to police reports.
Officers scoured the neighborhood and found four cars parked on the street had also been hit by gunfire.
No arrests have been made in the case.