The gun violence continues in Harrisburg, despite Mayor Thompson's safe zones.
On Wednesday night, Harrisburg saw its third shooting in just five days. Police say a 17-year-old man was shot and wounded in the leg at 6th and Seneca Streets, but they do say his injuries are not life threatening.
One family who lives near the scene of the latest shooting, says they're ready to pack up and go. William Zimmerman and his family have lived on the street for six years. He says no matter what the city tries, nothing is working. "It's not changing at all, it's getting worse. My kids were practically looking out the window when it happened. They ran inside crying. I can't let my kids come out here and play it's so bad, because the gun violence and drug deals."
On Saturday, a man was shot and killed at Vernon and 14th Street and then the very next night, there was another shooting at the same place.
Monday, Harrisburg Mayor Linda Thompson set up a Neighborhood Safe Zone at 19th and Bellevue Streets.
The shooting Wednesday night, happened near the area where a safety zone was set up last summer. Some, like Zimmerman, say the safety zones aren't working. "I control my kids. I'm hoping other parents would do the same. They need to do something, It's getting out of hand, it's getting so bad, we're actually thinking about moving ."