Barbara Holdsworth, 51, was helping her daughter move when bullets rang out. Holdsworth lives in the Memorial area.
Sources told KPRC Local 2 that Holdsworth underwent surgery for a gunshot wound to her lungs. She was hospitalized in serious condition.
Chris Northcliffe, a 51-year-old College Station resident and father of two, was one of three who died in the shootout.
Police spokeswoman Rhonda Seaton said Northcliffe and Holdsworth were outside the home when they were shot.
"He was just checking out some properties he managed and he was just one of the innocent bystanders who got shot," said Jeremy Vanecek, a friend.
Police said Thomas Alton Caffall, 35, opened fire on Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann just after noon as Bachmann brought him an eviction notice. Both men were later pronounced dead at a hospital.
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