Pasadena — The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Pasadena police were continuing to question witnesses late Thursday after two children and a man were struck by shotgun pellets from an argument that erupted into gunfire.
Two women began arguing about 7:45 p.m. over noise from a car radio in a parking lot in the 600 block of Richey. A husband of one of the women then pulled out a shotgun and fired, Pasadena police said.
Shotgun pellets struck two children, believed to be 8 or 10, who were playing soccer near the scene. Pellets struck one of the children in the leg while the other was hit in the head and in the back. Both children were taken by ambulance to Memorial Hermann Hospital, Pasadena police said.
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