On Christmas Morning, A Stray Bullet Struck A Houston Guy Who Was Riding A Car

Early on Christmas morning, a guy was riding in a car in a neighbourhood in the Houston region when he was hit by a stray bullet that fell from the sky, as reported by FOX 26 Houston.

On Christmas Morning, A Stray Bullet Struck A Houston Guy Who Was Riding A Car

Just after midnight on Monday, Houston police and city firemen responded to a call regarding gunshot reports. Upon reaching the location, they discovered that the victim had sustained injuries from a gunshot that had fallen from the sky.

The male victim was reportedly hit in the shoulder by a stray bullet that entered the car through the sunroof while he was a passenger. When the female driver saw the abrupt injury, she dialled 911.

According to the officers, after emergency personnel arrived on the scene, the injured individual was taken to a nearby hospital to receive medical attention.

Officers in Houston posted a video on social media after this event cautioning people not to start celebration flames.

Officers warned residents in the film that celebratory shooting is forbidden, dangerous, and subject to dire repercussions. They also emphasised that “what goes up must come down.”

Authorities are currently investigating the falling gunshot incident and trying to ascertain the bullet’s origin and the sequence of events that led up to its fall.

When Fox News Digital reached out for comment, the Houston Police Department did not answer right away.

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