SAN ANTONIO – Several people have been hospitalized, including a child, after a shooting involving several people in the northeast of the city, according to the police of San Antonio.
The shooting was reported around 5 p.m. Wednesday near Austin Highway and Lanark Drive.
Officers found an injured 31-year-old woman who was an innocent bystander in a laundromat where bullets flew through the window and hit her.
Police said the shooting took place in the mall parking lot that housed the laundromat and other businesses.
About 40 shots were fired from two different calibers. According to the police, several people were involved in this shooting.
The woman in the laundromat was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center by emergency medical services.
Three people, ages 17 to 22, presented to Northeast Baptist Hospital with a one-year-old child. All three were injured in the shooting and the child was likely injured by flying glass, police said.
The 17-year-old was in critical condition.
Police have not released a motive and are not releasing information on the suspects at this time.
The investigation is still ongoing and further details are limited at this time.
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