A Dallas mom died Saturday after she was caught in crossfire between gunmen firing at each other from two vehicles traveling down the street.
Dallas police identified the victim as 39-year-old Ana Moreno, and family members told WFAA that she was in her vehicle, on her way to shop for a prom dress with her teenage daughter.
Another daughter, Michelle Rodriguez, told the station that her mother was “anything you would want in a mom.”
“It wasn’t her time, it wasn’t supposed to be her. And it’s over something stupid. How do you do that to someone innocent?” Rodriguez said, sobbing.
Moreno also leaves behind a son.
Three more people, all men, were found at the scene with gunshot wounds and taken to nearby hospitals in critical condition after the mid-afternoon shooting, police said.
Investigators have not released information about suspects or the vehicles involved. There had been no arrests as of Sunday afternoon.
Anyone with information should contact Dallas Police Detective Frank Serra at 214-662-4552 or by email at email@example.com.
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[Featured image: Ana Moreno/Facebook]