A Kings Meadows woman was having tea with her grandchildren when she heard gunshots and someone yell "I've been shot", a jury has been told.
Brenda Irene Austin gave evidence in the trial of co-accused Jacob Adam Williams, 28, and Marcus John Williams, 33, in Launceston Supreme Court on Thursday.
Both men, who are not related, have pleaded not guilty to committing an unlawful act intended to cause bodily harm and aggravated armed robbery.
Ms Austin lives on Pinkard Street where the alleged shooting of Kurt Jenkins, 27, took place on January 11, 2019.
She told the court on the evening in question she was in her living room with her granddaughter and two great-grandchildren when she heard two gun shots.
Ms Austin said she went out her front door after hearing a man screaming "call an ambulance, I've been shot".
There, she found alleged victim Mr Jenkins lying on the ground next to a white ute across the road from her house.
She said she asked the man if he knew who shot him, and he said no.
When asked by defence lawyer Evan Hughes if it was possible she was mistaken in hearing two shots, instead of one, Ms Austin said yes.
She told the court she did not see anyone leaving the scene.
Ms Austin's granddaughter Melinda Crack also gave evidence, recounting how she called the police after realising the loud bang she heard was a gun.
Ms Crack told the court she went outside and saw someone walking quickly away from the scene.
While on the phone to police, she said asked Mr Jenkins if he had seen a gun, to which he replied "something small".
The jury also heard from Dr Peter Renshaw, Launceston General Hospital's executive director for medical services, who gave evidence based on Mr Jenkins' medical records.
Mr Jenkins suffered a permanent leg injury from the gun shot wound, which resulted in an open fracture to his right femur.
When asked by Crown prosecutor John Ransom if Mr Jenkins could have died without medical intervention, Dr Renshaw told the court it could have easily been fatal if left untreated.
The jury also heard evidence from a fingerprint experts, police offers who attended the scene and carried out the arrests, and a ballistics expert.
The trial before Justice Robert Pearce continues.