Three people have suffered gunshot wounds after shots were fired on the campus of Lone Star College in north Houston, Texas.
Authorities are currently on the scene at the college and focusing on the library and cafeteria where the incident reportedly took place.
According to one student who witnessed the shooting, an altercation between two males took place before shots were fired inside a cafeteria building on the Lone Star College campus. The student, who spoke to KHOU in Houston, said that the two males involved in the altercation were both shot, as well as someone who was not involved in the situation. The third person was presumably shot accidentally.
While medical crews could be seen tending to at least three victims outside the building, at least one gunshot was taken by ground ambulance to Ben Taub Hospital.
Some portions of campus are being evacuated, and other students are being instructed to shelter in place. Campus spokesperson Vicki Cassidy says there is a shelter in place at the North Campus.
Aldine ISD has four campuses near Lone Star on lockdown. Dunn Elementary, Parker Intermediate and Nimitz 9th grade campus and Nimitz HS campus are all being secured. Their police chief is monitoring the situation.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office is on the scene, with ATF agents in Houston reportedly en route to the college campus.
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