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2 hospitalized after dispute over Dallas Cowboys game leads to gunfight on West Side, police say

Both individuals are in critical condition and one of them may be charged with aggravated assault

Two individuals are hospitalized after a dispute over the Dallas Cowboys game led to a gunfight on the West Side.
Two individuals are hospitalized after a dispute over the Dallas Cowboys game led to a gunfight on the West Side. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – Two men are hospitalized after a dispute over the Dallas Cowboys football game led to a gunfight on the West Side, according to San Antonio police.

The incident happened around 8 p.m., Sunday, at a bus stop at Ceralvo Street and Zarzamora Street.

One of the men, 38, told police that the other man, 46, shot him with a handgun during an argument over the Dallas Cowboys football game, according to an SAPD report.

The 38-year-old then grabbed the handgun and fired back at the shooter, police said.

After the shooting, they both walked away in separate directions. One of the individuals ended up at a Dollar Store and the other was found a couple of blocks away at Ceralvo and Calaveras, according to officials.

Both of the individuals were later taken to University Hospital in critical condition.

One of the individuals may be facing a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; however, police said it’s unclear who will be charged at this time.

Police said it is unclear who is a victim and who is a suspect.

The investigation remains ongoing.

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