Two people were killed and another person was injured during a firearm-based attack at Texas A&M University-Commerce on Monday.
ABC News reports that the incident occurred in the Pride Rock residence hall, which houses freshman.
The university issued a shelter-in-place, which was lifted approximately two hours later.
Students, faculty and staff are instructed to take shelter and stay in place until further notice. This is a precautionary measure.
A&M-Commerce UPD is actively investigating three gunshot victims in Pride Rock Residence Hall on the A&M-Commerce campus.
— A&M-Commerce (@tamuc) February 3, 2020
CNN reports that A&M-Commerce canceled classes for the remainder of Monday.
There are no details on a motive nor on if one of the gunman was among the dead or wounded.
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