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FORNEY, Texas — A mother says she was mistakenly pulled over and handcuffed at gunpoint by police in front of her four children.

According to WFAA, police in Forney, Texas, said they were responding to reports of a driver waving a gun out of a window at the time. They thought Kametra Barbour’s car belonged to the suspect.

The initial 911 call described the car as beige or tan and occupied by four males. Barbour’s car is red. The 911 caller also thought they spotted the suspect getting off the highway — that’s where police spotted Barbour’s car and pulled the family over.

Barbour is seen on dash cam video getting out of the car, her hands above her head. Just a few minutes later, her 6-year-old son, Ryan, got out of the car with his hands up, too.

Within minutes, police realized the car they pulled over was the wrong one.

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