JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A bomb squad with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office was dispatched early Thursday morning after a small house fire at 7960 Rondo Ave.
According to authorities with the office, a woman sleeping in a mobile home at that address woke up around 3:30 a.m. to loud noises.
Authorities say the woman then heard possible gunshots and a loud banging noise against an outside wall.
She went outside to investigate the noises and found a small fire on the side of the mobile home, according to authorities.
The woman stated she put out the fire with water.
Upon further investigation, authorities on scene said they found a few explosive devices.
Authorities tell First Coast News the smell of gasoline and three bottles with blackened burn marks were also present on scene.
Bullet holes consistent with gunfire are also clearly visible in the home's siding.
The woman is okay and the home only sustained minor damage, according to authorities.
Authorities also stress there was no immediate danger to people inside the home or any neighbors in the area as the situation unfolded.
Franklin Epperson, who lives nearby, told First Coast News he heard nine gunshots early Thursday morning.
But he said gunfire in the neighborhood is not new, so he was not alarmed.
"It's just a normal thing. 'Bam, bam, bam, bam' all the time. I don't care. I just turn over the other way and go to sleep," he said.
The state fire marshal and ATF are assisting with the investigation.
No one is in custody.
Rondo Ave. is on the northwest side of town, off of Moncrief Road, just east of the intersection with Old Kings Road.
First Coast News