Multiple people injured when suspect opens fire at San Antonio flea market
A suspect opened fire at a San Antonio flea market on Sunday, with at least three people sent to the hospital at the “highest priority,” a spokesperson for the fire department said. Woody Woodward of the San Antonio fire department said that as of 2:30 p.m. ET the situation was “under control.”
San Antonio fire chief Russell Johnson told CBS affiliate KENS-TV that maybe 100 shots were fired into the crowded parking area of Mission Open Air Market.
It’s unclear what led to the shooting or if a suspect is in custody.
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