Texas Woman Shot In Mouth By Stray Bullet While In Pizzeria Drive-Thru

A Houston woman is expected to survive her injuries after being hit in the mouth with a stray bullet while waiting in a drive-thru early Sunday morning, KHOU 11 reported.

Houston police arrived to Parma Pizza, a local pizzeria, after receiving multiple reports about a shooting that occurred around 2 A.M., while an arrest was taking place. Two off-duty Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies, who were coincidentally working an extra job at the restaurant, detained two of the shooters. Three guns were recovered.

A woman who sitting in the back of a vehicle was struck in the mouth by one of the stray bullets. Another of the bullets grazed a man that was in the same vehicle. The woman was immediately transported to a nearby hospital, and is predicted to fully recover.

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