4 hospitalized, including 13-year-old, after San Antonio road rage incident

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Investigators with the San Antonio Police Department are looking into a road rage incident that resulted in four people being hospitalized Sunday night.

According to KTSA, the incident was reported at about 10:30 p.m. at a home within the 2800 block of West Hutchins Place, where an SUV collided with a garage.

Police responding to the scene discovered four individuals in the SUV, each with gunshot wounds. Officials say the car was involved in a prior incident in which the driver of a tan-colored sedan shot the SUV, hitting the occupants.

One woman was transported to the hospital in critical condition, a 13-year-old girl suffered a leg injury, and the remaining two were hospitalized in unknown condition.

Three other small children in the vehicle were unhurt. No one in the home sustained any injuries in the crash.

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