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DEL PASO HEIGHTS -- SWAT teams surrounded a home and shut down part of a neighborhood street as a precaution after a shooting incident Thursday night.

Around 10 p.m., shotspotter alerted police multiple times to a shooting near 700 Grand Avenue in West Del Paso Heights.

A victim was found in the area with gunshot wounds to the chest. The victim is said to have non-life threatening injuries.

Authorities also found a car with multiple bullet holes.

Screams and screeches from car tires were captured by a viewer, who sent FOX40 a video of the chaos. For 23 years the neighbor has been living in Del Paso Heights. She says she has heard gunshots before but Thursday night was different.

"This one, because it was so close, I mean really close, I hit the floor," she said. "I didn't want to take any chances."

She heard around nine gunshots ring out just feet away from her window.

Four eight hours Grand Avenue was blocked off. SWAT surrounded a home on Grand Avenue and began calling out to people in the home. Several juveniles and a woman came out of the home and one person was detained for questioning.

No one is said to be a suspect at this time.

As of 6 a.m Friday, SWAT teams reported the house had been cleared.

Grand Avenue is closed between Knightlinger Street and Altos Avenue.

Stay with FOX40 for updates on this story.