SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) --San Jose police say four drivers have been hit by gunfire in the last two months on a stretch of Blossom Hill Road between Monterey and Poughkeepsie roads.
The shootings all happened after midnight and police say they are random.
The first shooting happened May 4, at Blossom Hill and Poughkeepsie, that driver wasn't hurt. Less than a month later there was another shooting nearby and this time the driver was grazed by a bullet.
"It's scary because now there are all of these shootings going on and it's like you don't know what's going to happen, so you have to walk out of your house and go anywhere with the jitters, and ready to go," said San Jose resident Gabriel Muniz.
But the shootings haven't stopped. On June 30, a male driver was targeted but not hurt. Then, three days later, on July 2, another incident happened. A woman driving a black Ford Fusion called police after being hit by shrapnel or glass. All of this is making those who frequent this area nervous.
"Makes me think twice before I come down here at this busy intersection, especially with the new Cottle Shopping Center. I like to go there with my family, so it's a little scary coming down here now," said San Jose resident Carlos Reyes.
Extra police are patrolling the area.