A 12-year-old boy, one of two people injured Monday by paintball gun shootings in Brockton, Massachusetts, initially thought he was shot with a real gun.
Cody Hiltz's eye was bandaged Tuesday after he was hit in the eye with a paintball.
"I thought it was a real gun at first, so I started screaming as loud as I could," Hiltz said.
The boy saw a black Acura speeding toward him. Police are now looking for that car.
A 43-year-old man was also shot in the eye nearby and injured. Those shootings happened minutes apart.
Earlier Monday, a woman was shot in the arm with a paintball. She was not injured.
Hiltz was taken to South Shore Hospital, while the adult was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital.
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Authorities are searching for suspects. Anyone with information is asked to call 508-941-0234.