Woman shot in drive-by while at house party on west-side, police say

The woman is in critical condition after being shot twice, once in head and once in shoulder.

SAN ANTONIO — A woman is in critical condition after being shot at a house party at an apparent drive-by shooting, police say.

The shooting happened just before 1 a.m. in the 300 block of Scotty Drive on the west side of town.

The sergeant on the scene says an unknown vehicle drove up to a house where a party was taking place and started shooting.

a woman in her 20s who was standing outside the gathering was hit twice, once in the head and once in the shoulder.

She was taken to BAMC in critical condition.

Evidence so far shows fire was returned before the vehicle drove away.

There’s no information on who may have been in the vehicle.

No other Injuries were reported and no other details were provided.

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