UPDATE: One victim has died from his injuries, according to police.
SACRAMENTO -- Hours after bullets flew through a north Sacramento neighborhood, nothing is back to normal.
People who live there can't shake what they saw and heard early in the afternoon.
"I heard, 'pop-pop-pop-pop,' and I looked and I seen a guy just laying on the ground," one witness said.
That man didn't want to remain anonymous because he believes what sent two people to the hospital and caused streets near Altos Avenue to be blocked off for hours is all gang-related.
That's the same reason why another man wanted FOX40 to conceal his identity.
Though police haven't confirmed any details about what led up to the shooting, he says gunmen in two cars were firing at each other.
He saw the wounded, "pulled from a vehicle that was shot, involved in the shootout with the other vehicle."
According to him, at least 10 shots were fired and one of the cars was silver.
So are the police looking at what happened as a gang incident?
"We don't have a motive. We will be looking at all aspects to determine who was involved," Sacramento Police Sgt. Vance Chandler.
Something that may give officers an actual clear picture of what happened?
Surveillance cameras that folks who live in the area say are always recording at a trailer park near the scene.
"You can't do anything over there without being seen," said one man.
Until officers see what the cameras might have, homeowners are uneasy about who may be driving through their neighborhood taking aim and dismayed that anyone would do that at all.
One victim was said to be in critical condition and later died from his injuries according to police. The other was listed in serious but stable condition.
Police have yet to release any description of a suspect car or the people inside.