Neighbors said they heard five gunshots Monday night along Flint Hill Street.
One of those bullets ripped through 75-year-old Hazel Reid's shirt, and he lived to tell Eyewitness News all about it.
"The bullet came through here," said Reid, pointing at a wall in his home.
Reid was sitting Monday night watching TV and playing solitaire just inches away from where a bullet ripped through his living room wall and then exploded through his sofa.
"All this stuff came out of the couch, and I thought something had blown up in the couch," said Reid.
The bullet came so close that it tore through not one, but two shirts Reid was wearing at the time. He showed Eyewitness News the holes to prove it.
"The bullet went inside that side there, and came out right here," said Reid, "Both of them. My lucky shirt. I am a lucky man."
After that lone bullet raced through Reid's shirts, it kept on moving, nicking the dresser in his bedroom and then lodging into the siding of his house. He said Rock Hill police retrieved the bullet Tuesday morning.
Reid said the entire incident was over in just seconds, and miraculously he does not have one single scratch on him.
"I was scared to move because I did not know whether I was hit or not. I feel highly blessed and I know that. I went on to bed and slept well," said Reid.
Rock Hill police don't have a good description of the suspects' vehicles.
Witnesses said they saw two small, light-colored cars speed away after the shooting.
Police have asked anyone with information regarding this case to call them.