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A Texas man, who allegedly shot a woman on Saturday, has died from the same bullet he used to hit the woman.

Police identified the man as 26-year-old Byron Redmon. Meanwhile, the woman's identity remains unknown.

According to the Dallas Police Department, they responded to a call about a shooting at around 11:30 a.m. at an apartment complex in Medical District near Bengal Street. The officers saw a lot of blood and a blood trail in front of an apartment; however, no one was found inside.

During the police investigation in the area, there was another call at a nearby hospital. A man and woman were found in a vehicle with gunshot wounds.

According to the preliminary investigation, Redmon is believed to have shot the woman in the neck. That same bullet allegedly exited her neck and then hit the man in his leg. Police said Redmond died at the hospital. Meanwhile, the woman was treated and released from the hospital that same day.

Police did not publicly release information about the cause of the shooting. It is unclear whether it was an accident or intentional. Police are still investigating the incident.

Meanwhile, in another similar incident in January, a Mexican man, who celebrated New Year by firing his gun, was previously reported dead after the bullet reurned and hit him.

The victim was found outside his home on Jan. 1 in San Juan del Rio; the errant bullet killed him. His girlfriend called paramedics; however, he was pronounced dead at the scene. Shooting into the air in celebration is not prohibited in the Queretaro region where the man lived, although it is strictly banned in other Mexican states.

Another victim was a 27-year-old pregnant woman who was reportedly resting in bed in Matamoros also on Jan. 1. A stray bullet fell through her roof and struck her in the stomach.

In a Mexican state, a local police officer's gun was confiscated after pictures circulated online of the police firing his weapon out of his window with his girlfriend to celebrate the new year.

Meanwhile, in Sinaloa, authorities stated that families had to hide in their homes for about 10 minutes just to avoid getting hit by bullets fired into the air.

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