SAN ANTONIO - Three people were shot outside the Hayes Food Mart when someone drove by firing more than 16 shots Sunday morning, police said San Antonio police received multiple calls for shots fired near the intersection of Hayes Street and New Braunfels Avenue around 7 a.m. #Breaking 7am there was a shooting at the Hayes Food Market at the corner of Hayes and N. New Braunfels.
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police are investigating the shooting of two people in a Northeast side neighborhood. According to police, the call originally came in around 3:45 a.m. Sunday in the the 4000 block of Sunrise Creek. Police said one victim was found at the Flying J Travel Center at the intersection of North Foster Road and Interstate 10. Another victim was found in the 5900 block of Glacier Sun, a few blocks from where the shooting happened.
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police are investigating a deadly rollover crash just south of downtown early Saturday morning. Police believe the driver of a red car might have been speeding and lost control on Southton Road near South Presa, causing the car to flip over. The car skidded about 100 feet on it's top and landed in a nearby grassy area. According to police, one person was trapped under the car and pronounced dead on the scene.
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