The two minors were walking when shots were fired, hitting one in the hand and the other in the foot.
SAN ANTONIO — Two boys were shot in an apparent drive-by shooting on the southwest-side of town early Thursday.
Police say the two minors were walking along South Zarzamora St near Walton Avenue around 2:45 a.m. when shots were fired.
One boy was shot in the hand while the other had a gunshot wound to his foot.
Both were taken to the Children’s Hospital downtown but they are expected to recover.
Police do not have much to go on regarding a possible shooter at this time because they say both boys would not cooperate with their investigation.
This is a developing story.
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