PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- A bullet flew through a boy's bedroom window in east Portland Sunday afternoon.
"Luckily he was on the other side of the house playing video games," his mother, Stacy Willis, told KOIN 6 News.
Willis said she heard what sounded like firecrackers -- and then saw her son's window had a new hole in it.
If her son had been in the room, Willis said, the bullet was "right where his head [usually] is."
Portland Police Bureau Spokesman Michael Marshman said police responded to the "shots fired" call at a 157th Avenue apartment complex Sunday afternoon. Marshman said no one was hit by a bullet.
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