A 24-year-old man survived after being shot 12 times in a flurry of gunfire in Crown Heights early Saturday morning.

Jonathan Adams and a friend were standing outside an apartment building near the intersection of Franklin and Union Streets when gunmen fired over 50 bullets at them around 2:15 a.m. yesterday. Adams was struck a dozen times in the lower abdomen and groin, but survived the attack and is recovering at Kings County Hospital the Daily News reports.

"Fifty-two bullets rang out. That’s a lot of shell casings and a lot of bullets,” community activist Tony Herbert told the News. “These kids are going after each other like they’re in Iraq.” Herbert told the tabloid that the intersection where Adams was shot has seen heightened violence in recent months, with groups from Ebbets Field clashing with residents of Franklin Avenue.

Adams was rushed to Kings County Hospital in critical condition. His companion, a 33-year-old man, suffered a gunshot wound to the foot. Police said that no arrests have been made, and officers are searching for surveillance video captured on the block that may offer clues to the attackers' identities.

“There is constant gang activity and drug activity on that street," a nearby resident neighbor told the News. "Every year this happens when the weather gets warmer, at night. The NYPD will put two cops there for a week or two, then pull them, and the violence will happen all over again.” Last month, two teenagers were both non-fatally shot near the intersection of Franklin Avenue and President Street, one block from the scene of Adams's shooting.