A drive-by shooting in Nashville on Saturday injured two people as they and others were walking out of church from the funeral of a woman who was fatally shot earlier this month, police said, according to The Associated Press.
Metro Nashville Police Department spokesperson Don Aaron said the afternoon shooting occurred outside New Season Church, where a funeral service had just ended for 19-year-old Terriana Johnson.
The hearse was parked out front with the rear door open and people were filing out of church as the shots began, Aaron said.
Police said they are on the lookout for a black late-model Honda Civic with a temporary tag, from which one shooter or more fired as the car passed by, hitting an 18-year-old woman in the leg and a 25-year-old man in the pelvis.
Neither were considered life-threatening injuries, Aaron said.
Some attendees of the funeral services for Johnson were armed and fired back at the car, Aaron he added.
Aaron said the shooting "appears to be some type of beef between two groups of people," but not necessarily between members of the two families.