Gas station owner remains hospitalized after weekend shooting incident, but he wasn’t the only one injured

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Robbers shot a gas station owner as many as eight times in the arm in an early-morning incident at his property in north Houston late last week, but, according to authorities, not all of them got away.

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Two cars reportedly drove into the Chevron station near the North Freeway Sunday; however, Mohammed Kahloon, the owner, said he carries a pistol to work, where he fired back after the suspects began shooting.

Authorities said Kahloon struck one suspect, who fled the gas station and crashed his car about a block away, later discovered dead at the scene.

Kahloon reportedly received a transport to a local hospital to undergo surgery to his arm.

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While this isn’t the first situation at the gas station, Kahloon’s family said this most recent incident takes things to a new level for the store.

If you would like to share information on this incident, contact your local authorities or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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