Police release details on what led to Meyerland shooting that injured baby

The Houston Police Department has released details on what led to a shooting in Meyerland that injured a one year old boy back in May.

HOUSTON - On Wednesday, Houston police released new information about a shooting that injured an infant in Meyerland back in May.

HPD says the shooting started as an argument broke out between two groups of men at a gas station on North Braeswood. One of the groups chased after the other in a car and then opened fire.

One of the bullets hit a one-year-old boy riding in his mother's vehicle as they drove by. The baby boy was hit in his leg and survived. 

He has since recovered and is doing OK. The search for the shooter continues however. 

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