LENNOX, Calif.–A Lennox neighborhood erupted in gunfire early Monday morning, leaving six people wounded, one of them seriously, a sheriff’s spokesman said.

The shootings took place at 12:43 a.m. in the 5000 block of west 112th Street, said Deputy Jeff Gordon in the Sheriff’s Headquarters Bureau.

Sgt. Micheal Strickland of the sheriff’s South Los Angeles station said the victims were outside enjoying fireworks at a family gathering when the gunfire erupted. Witnesses said the suspect was a man driving a dark-colored sport utility vehicle. He fired several shots at the partygoers and sped away.

Strickland said the wounded included a male teenager, two women and three men.

Gordon said one person was more seriously injured than the others but none of the wounds was believed to be life-threatening Gordon said.

Six people were transported to local hospitals for treatment, a Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatch supervisor said.

All of the victims remained in stable condition, he said.

Anyone with information on these shootings was asked to call the LASD’s South Los Angeles Station at (323) 820-6700. All tips can be made anonymously.