Four people were injured Wednesday in separate drive-by shootings in Fort Worth, police say.
Three people were injured in the first shooting that happened at about 2:41 p.m. Wednesday in the 5400 block of Berry Street, just south of the Stop 6 Sunrise Edition neighborhood.
Bradley Perez said all three victims were expected to survive and the motive behind the shooting remains under investigation.
The second drive-by shooting happened less than three miles away and left a bystander seriously injured.
Police say there was an exchange of gunfire between the driver and the intended target in the 4000 block of Avenue L. But it was a bystander who was struck in the neck during the shootout. The bystander is expected to survive.
Perez said the shooting may have been gang-related.
Authorities are investigating a possible link between the two shootings.
Police haven't released a suspect or vehicle description in either case.
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