Police said the victim will be okay, but that's now the least of folk's concerns there.
Witnesses aren't sure exactly what sparked an apparent fight that led to the shooting, other than possibly a husband/boyfriend squabble over a woman.
Either way, most folks wish the shooter had more sense than to fire a gun in a block full of children.
"I saw everything," said 16-year-old, Demarius James.
James wasn't the only one with a front-row seat to the shooting.
The streets of Southern Pines Mobile Home Park were filled with kids Sunday, playing throughout the afternoon.
James explained, "Next thing you know, this dude came around the corner."
Witnesses said a man walked up to a group of people prepared to throw down in a fight. A woman who witnesses said was his wife tried to stop him. Another person however, even with a handicap, decided to take matters into his own hands.
"The dude in the crutches pulled the gun out and shot."
We're told he pointed the gun towards the ground, but the bullet didn't stop there. It ricocheted across the street, hitting another man in the face.
"I was shocked," James added. "I didn't know what to do."
Police responded, scattering evidence markers across the street and marking an entire block off with yellow tape.
LRPD reports it was a non-life threatening injury.
People around said they're thankful that was the extent of the damage but are upset this happened in the first place, especially considering there were dozens of children around.
Patricia Frazier, a mother whose children were outside playing near the shooting said, "It could have been an innocent kid that got shot about nothing, just like an innocent person got shot about nothing."
LRPD didn't release any information as of Sunday night regarding a suspect or the victim other than it was a non-life threatening injury.