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steven36 posted a topic in General NewsA Texas teen shot herself in the foot with an allegedly stolen AK-47 that she had stuffed down her pants, according to police. Police responded to the scene of the shooting in Harris County on Tuesday at around 4:15 p.m. They found three teens: two 17-year-old females and a 16-year-old male. Preliminary reports and witness statements indicated that the male had taken the AK-47 from his home and that the teens were handling the gun when one of the females accidentally pulled the trigger, shooting herself in the leg, according to Constable Mark Herman of Harris County Precinct 4. Further investigation determined that the gun had been stolen, he told ABC News. “We have found out since then that the gun that was used was stolen in a home burglary just hours before that shooting,” Herman said. The girl who shot herself was in critical condition and sent to Memorial Hermann Hospital. She is being charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon and burglary of a habitation. The male was also arrested and charged with tampering with evidence and burglary of a habitation, Herman wrote on Facebook. "We filed tampering with evidence because they threw the gun down a storm drain after the shooting,” Herman told ABC News. Video obtained by ABC News affiliate KTRK shows a girl lying on the road and neighbors coming to assist her. "She had some pretty good wounds. She blew off the heel of one foot,” Don Sievertson, a 68-year-old veteran who ran out to help the girl, told ABC News. "She was in excruciating pain and she had every reason to be. She had very severe wounds, very severe. "She was thrusting backward and forward, side-to-side screaming in pain and you know, [saying], ‘I need help.’” As police continue to investigate the case, they also plan to determine if the other girl was involved. “There were two females. The other one, we're still investigating that aspect of it. But if she was involved in the burglary, she'll get filed on, too, eventually,” Herman said. Source