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Gray Falls Drive shooting: Police fear a woman may be paralyzed after she was shot while driving in West Houston

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Police say a woman who was shot while driving overnight on Houston’s West Side may now be paralyzed.

The shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. on Gray Falls Drive at Overbrook Lane, according to Houston police.

Now investigators are looking closely at what led to the shooting and are looking for the shooter.

The victim told police she was driving when a man standing by the side of the road accidentally shot her car.

She was hit and fell, HPD said.

The victim told police she didn’t know the man who shot her and she believed it was accidental.

Luckily, she is expected to survive, but she may be facing a very serious injury.

Police said the woman was shot in the back and lost the feeling of her legs. They fear she might be paralyzed.

Investigators said they recovered some evidence at the scene.

“The only thing about that area out there is that there’s a lot of gunfire going on. So there’s a lot of old pistol cases lying around everywhere,” Lt. R Willkens. “But officers at the scene believe they have found the actual pistol cases used in the shooting. Hopefully this will help them find something as well.”

The suspect fled after the shooting, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact HPD Major Assaults.

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