What we know about San Antonio's mass shooting
Two people were killed and five were injured in a mass shooting in San Antonio on Saturday night.
The big picture: Saturday's shooting comes as the nation is still reeling from a series of deadly mass shootings over the last few weeks, including those at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, and an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Driving the news: About 20 to 30 rounds were fired from a car about 10:15pm on Saturday, according to KSAT. The drive-by shooting targeted a house where a family was barbecuing out front.
- Two men were killed and five others — two women and three men — went to the hospital with injuries, according to the San Antonio station.
- Police are still searching for the suspects, KSAT reported.
- Axios has reached out to the San Antonio Police Department for further details.