By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — There were scary moments early Saturday for some neighbors in the Irving Park community.

Someone started firing shots around 3 a.m. near Grace Street and Albany Avenue.

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Neighbors said they heard more than a dozen gunshots.

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Bullets hit several cars, and one pierced the wall of a home. We also found a school zone speed limit sign with multiple bullet holes.

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No one was hurt.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff