San Antonio Shooting: Mayor Ivy Taylor’s Car Hit in Drive-By; Not Injured

November 3, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor’s car was apparently hit in a drive-by shooting on Monday, according to reports.

Two people were injured in the shooting, reported the San Antonio Express-News.

The paper said that bullets hit his car.

Taylor was not injured in the incident, and she wasn’t in the vehicle at the time. According to the paper, she was downtown near City Hall when the incident took place.

Two men, who were in their late teens or early 20s, suffered non-life-threatening wounds in the incident.

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AP update :

San Antonio mayor’s car damaged in shooting 

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A drive-by shooting in San Antonio has injured two people and damaged a car owned by City Mayor Ivy Taylor.

The San Antonio Express-News reports ( ) that the shooting Monday afternoon occurred when a gunman inside a moving car opened fire on a group walking on the city’s east side.

Two people were wounded, one in the leg and the other in the abdomen.

The gunfire also shattered the rear window of a Nissan Altima registered to Taylor, who becameSan Antonio’s mayor in July after Julian Castro was appointed secretary of housing and urban development.