BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Neighbors were awakened by gunfire as their cars and homes were riddled with bullets on a quiet street in Berkeley early Saturday morning.

It happened on Russell and Acton Streets.

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According to Lt. Andrew Rateaver, the first 911 calls began around 1:30 a.m.

“It was a really, really loud loud bang, going over and over again,” said resident Jimmy Lyons, whose home was shot. “Clearly an automatic weapon was being fired. We got a bullet through our den window.”

Lyons said plaster was sent flying across two rooms.

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Bullets hit the second story window of another home.

Glass and debris covered the street from damaged cars and shattered windshields.

fortunately no one was injured.

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Authorities are asking anyone with information to call (510) 981-5900.