MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A daycare in southwest Memphis took a bullet Friday afternoon.

Memphis Police responded to a shooting call at Horn Lake Learning Center on New Horn Lake Road. An owner says a bullet came flying through the building.

Memphis Police say no one was transported to the hospital, but an owner says a teacher was sitting at her desk, tying a student’s shoe, when she was grazed by a bullet.

“A teacher was in the classroom, and a bullet came through the wall, and it grazed her backside,” said owner Thessalonia Chism. “It sounded like someone dropped something very heavy, and then she screamed. She said ‘Oh my goodness!’ and I said ‘What’s going on?’ And she said ‘A bullet just hit me!” and I said “Oh!’ We looked we saw the hole in the wall, and then she went to the restroom, and we saw her backside it was red.”

At the time of the shooting, there were about 20 children ages 3 and 4 in the classroom. Their parents were immediately notified.

“Thank God the kids wasn’t hurt, the teacher wasn’t hurt, and everybody is OK,” said Diana Clark, a teacher at Horn Lake Learning Center. “We’ve never had this happen to us. This is a nice neighborhood.”

A few minutes earlier, Memphis Police responded to a shooting on Dearborn Street near West Levi Road, which is just up the block from Horn Lake Learning Center. One person was injured in that shooting.

Right now, MPD says it is undetermined if the two scenes are connected.

At this time, no suspect information has been released.