"Something needs to be done and it needs to be done today." Regina Knight is living in fear. She was one of several Hattie Street residents to witness a driveby shooting late Sunday afternoon. "There are kids on this street. My grandmother is 80 years old. She is afraid to stay in her home. " The shooting happened around 4 p.m. near the intersection of Hattie and Victor. Witnesses tell KTAL they saw a white Chevy Silverado pull up in front of one of the houses, then dozens of shots rang out injuring two people. Trenisha Carter and Devin Arkansas were taken to LSU Medical Center. Knight says this is the second shooting on Hattie Street in less than 24-hours and it`s all a part of an on-going dispute. "We have talked to policemen so many times. We have talked to detectives so many times and nothing has been done about it. How much more is it gonna take?" said Knight. Knight has even turned to City Councilman Calvin Lester for help. "I`m really concerned that we`re having one or two individuals that are holding an entire neighborhood and an entire family hostage," said Councilman Lester. Lester says he`s been in contact with residents on more than one occasion. He fears the violence may continue to escalate, unless there is a stronger police presence in the neighborhood. "How many times are you going to get shot at before you decide to return fire? How many times are you going to ask the police to come out and do something before you decide to take the law into your own hands? No one wants to live in a place where you have to dodge bullets on a Sunday afternoon. Nobody wants that and the people out here don`t deserve that."