A shooting at Texas A&M Commerce has reportedly left at least three people dead and 20 injured, with police now searching for the suspect who opened fire at a homecoming event on campus.
WFAA anchor Jason Whitely reported on Twitter that the mass shooting took place at a homecoming party at Texas A&M Commerce in the early morning hours on Sunday. There were at least two fatalities at the time, though some reports indicated that three have been confirmed dead. Whitley reported that a.238 caliber rifle was believed to have been the weapon used in the attack.
Graphic video purported to be from the scene of the shooting has circulated on social media, showing a number of bodies laying motionless on the ground as blood is spread out across the floor. Though the video was not confirmed and it was not clear exactly when it was taken, it was cited by a number of reporters and shared across Twitter.