Police flooded a neighborhood in Binghamton after people reported hearing gunshots.

The incident happened shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday on Oak Street between Elm Street and Spring Forest Avenue.

Uniformed officers and detectives converged on a single-family house at 233 Oak Street. There were no signs that anyone had been injured.

As police began questioning people in the neighborhood, a school bus dropped off several young children on Oak Street.

A man reportedly was seen running from the area after the apparent gunshots were heard.

A police supervisor at the scene could not comment because investigators were trying to determine what had happened.

The report of shots fired occurred two days after a 27-year-old Binghamton man was fatally wounded several blocks away near Main and Walnut streets.

Investigators have reported no arrests in connection with the drive-by killing of Daequan Dickerson.

Police cars on Oak Street during a shooting investigation on September 18, 2018. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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