A 56-year-old woman died and four more were wounded after a shooting at a Fort Worth Stockyards bar on Sunday night.
The woman and four men were shot after a bar fight at the North Side Outlaws bar located in the 100 block of NW 25th Street at about 9 p.m. Sunday night.
The woman was died was identified by police as Sylvia Salazar, 56, of Fort Worth. Police believe Salazar got hit in the crossfire between two groups fighting.
Salazar's daughter says she heard about the shooting from friends and sent a text to her mother, telling her to be careful. She didn't know her mother was already a victim.
The four people wounded remain hospitalized in conditions ranging from stable to critical.
One of the victims reportedly walked to a nearby bar and called for help.
Police are still investigating who is responsible for the shooting, including the possibility one of the people wounded is the gunman.
A post on the bar's Facebook page on Monday discussed the shooting.
"My deepest and most sincere sympathy and condolences to our customers and their families for Sunday's horrific tragedy," the post read.
Flowers have been placed in front of the bar to serve as a small memorial.
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