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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Extra patrols are supposed to be out in Oldham County where two cars were struck by bullets.
The two vehicles were hit between the rest stop on northbound I-71 and exit 14.
Police say they still do not know whether the shootings were intentional or accidental. Sarah King, an Oldham County police officer, says, "Officers are trying to see if there's any suspicious activity in the area."
One resident called 911 shortly after his vehicle was hit.
Police have released the recording, but are not revealing the driver's identity.
"I didn't notice it until I got home. Then I pulled off the road. I thought I had a blowout, and I got out and didn't see it. I got home and in the driveway, and there's a bullet hole in my rear door!"
The shocking news spread quickly at a nearby gas station. Stephone Ritchie, a local resident, says, "It's very seldom that you hear of something crazy going on out this way."
Holly Dunigan, a driver, says she was fearful at first, and until police find out what's going on she's looking for different routes through the area. Dunigan says, "We will probably go a different way, we'll go through Crestwood."
Other drivers are doing the same.
Ritchie says, "I'm taking back roads, and I suggest everybody do so."
Police insist drivers are safe, but people are still skeptical.
Police say if someone is doing this intentionally, they will be charged with wanton endangerment.
If you have any information or notice anything suspicious, call Oldham County Police.