(Tulsa-AP) -- Police say three people, including a baby, were wounded today in Tulsa when a shooting attack was followed by an accidental gun discharge.
Police say they are still trying to piece together the details but say the shooting began when one or possibly two men approached a Tulsa home and knocked on the door.
Police Sergeant Wayne Allen says 21-year-old Reginald Brown was shot twice by a small caliber revolver as he opened the door.
Police say Brown was shot a third time when he turned to flee into the house.
Brown retrieved a shotgun and began shooting back and the suspects fled.
Police say a neighbor came to see if he could help and when he picked up Brown's shotgun it discharged.
Police say 24-year-old Wendy Cole and her baby were struck by pellets but says the baby was barely grazed. Police say none of the
injuries appeared life-threatening. Police did not have any suspects.