More than 100 evidence markers covered the ground after gunfire erupted early Thursday in a northwest Atlanta neighborhood, leaving two people shot, authorities said.

Atlanta police responded around 1:40 a.m. to the 400 block of Camrose Way, where officers found a man and a woman each suffering from gunshot wounds. The area is located just north of I-20, and a stone’s throw from Collier Park in the Fairburn Heights neighborhood.

According to investigators, the victims, who were not publicly identified, were driving in the area when they heard gunshots. The man told police he stopped nearby after escaping the gunfire but later noticed he and the woman had been shot. They were taken to the hospital but are expected to survive, police said.

Local resident Edgar Dawson said he woke up to the tail end of the gunfire and heard the sounds of about eight bullets being fired. He jumped out of bed and peered out his window, but noticed the street was clear.

At first, he didn’t realize someone was shot. He said officers later came to his home to tell him a woman had been found shot in his driveway.

“I thought my car would be shot up or something, but it wasn’t,” he said, assuming that she had been shot nearby and went to his home afterward.

Police did not say where exactly the victims were shot, but a woman’s clothing was seen on Dawson’s driveway, while latex gloves were found in front of his property. Evidence markers littered the ground nearby, and neighbors were seen covering up bullet holes at their home, photos showed.

Over the past several months, Dawson said he had experienced about three shooting incidents in his neighborhood. He said things had been quiet until an apparent Airbnb next door started attracting traffic to the street.

“When I initially came here, it was so different (with) older people that stay here. So the street was quiet, and this just started happening,” he said.

No other details were shared by police on what led to the shooting, which remains under investigation. Authorities said information about a suspect was not available “at this time.”

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