A juvenile was arrested in a shooting that happened outside Six Flags Over Texas on Friday night.
Police responded to the parking lot of Six Flags after reports of someone hearing of gunshots.
According to investigators, a group of teens began fighting outside the park near the front entrance when one juvenile shot another in the arm.
The victim left the scene but later showed up at a Dallas hospital injuries not thought to be life-threatening, police said.
Police arrested the suspected shooter, a juvenile whose name has not been released, and he faces a charge of aggravated assault.
An 19-year-old was also arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, according to police.
Police said there were some reports of injuries to visitors from people fleeing on foot, jumping fences and possible falling.
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Officials said Friday night that there was no active shooter and the situation was under control.