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Police arrest two men involved in shootout in Grapevine
Grapevine, Texas
   
 
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(GRAPEVINE, Texas) Two men involved in a shootout at the 7-Eleven gas station near Grapevine Mills Mall on Tuesday were arrested, Fox 4 reports.

Before 5 p.m., there was an exchange of gunshots between men in a white Nissan Altima and men in a black Dodge Charger at Grapevine Mills Parkway and Grapevine Mills Boulevard. After both parties drove away, the two men in the Charger were transported to a hospital, and one of the men was arrested, according to Fox 4. 

The driver of the Altima sought help for his passenger’s injuries from a DFW Airport officer and was arrested. 

Drugs and guns were seized by police from the crime scene, Fox 4 reports. Police suspect that one or both men in each vehicle fired gunshots, and officers may make more arrests. 

Police have not disclosed the names of the two arrested men.

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