San Antonio police say three people were wounded after gunshots rang out at a graduation party on the West Side early Monday morning.
Police said all three victims showed up at different hospitals a short time after shots were fired.
Police were called to Downtown Baptist, Santa Rosa and University hospitals around 2:30 a.m.
Detectives linked all three of the victims to the same graduation party in the 3100 block of Growdon Road.
They said a group of uninvited guests showed up at the party, but when the host confronted them, the gate-crashers picked a fight. They said one woman even took a swing at the party's host.
Guests were able to break up the fight, but the intruders apparently had no plans of going away quietly, police said.
One of them pulled out a gun and shot into the air.
"At that point, the uninvited guests started going back to their vehicle when the suspect fired more shots into the crowd," SAPD Officer Matt Porter said. "It doesn't appear that any of these people were his intended target. He was just firing recklessly."
Three people were shot, Porter said.
A 16-year-old boy was hit in the left leg; a 17-year-old woman hit in the right ankle and a 19-year-old woman hit in the lower leg.
Police said everyone at the party scattered after the shooting. Detectives are still trying to identify the shooter. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call police.