San Antonio police say a 15-year-old boy was shot to death while walking with two other teens after someone opened fire from a vehicle that pulled up near them.
Police say Albert Carrillo was killed Sunday.
The San Antonio Express-News reports that the three people inside the vehicle exchanged words with the three teens walking when one of the people in the vehicle began shooting. At least four shots were fired, hitting Carrillo once in the chest.
The SUV then fled. Police were not sure if the group of teens on the street knew the people in the SUV.
An officer who was trying to respond to the shooting wrecked with another car at an intersection. No one was injured in the traffic accident.
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