SAN ANTONIO — A man who was shot in his torso pulled up to the gate at Ft. Sam Houston for help, police say.
SAPD received multiple calls for shot fired in the 600 block of Coleman Street near N. Walters St. on the east side of town just after 3 a.m. Sunday.
When officers arrived at the listed location, they couldn't locate any victims.
Minutes later, Ft. Sam Houston military police reported that a shooting victim showed up to the Walter's gate entrance with a gunshot wound on his torso.
He was taken to a local hospital by SAFD-EMS in stable condition.
Police determined the victim possibly had been at the location where they received the reports of shots fired.
They believe a shootout occurred between suspects in two vehicles.
No other information was provided. This is an ongoing investigation.
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