A shooting that occurred in the early hours of Sunday, October 27, after hundreds of students gathered at The Party Venue in Greenville, near Dallas, to celebrate the beginning of a new period at Texas A&M Commerce College, according to reports, left two people dead.
The injured victims of the shooting were seen in the videos shared online with at least one victim of the shooting who received a CPR, as many people shouted in the background.
Fears that more than a dozen people were shot seem to be confirmed by Hunt County officials, who told local media that three air ambulances took some victims to a trauma hospital.
"We have a lot of injured people walking," said a Hunt County deputy in the scanner, according to a WFAA reporter.
CBS journalist 11 News J.D Miles also tweeted:
‘Greenville reports of a mass shooting at a party place with several victims. ‘
Multiple lifeguards in the scene. They told me it was a welcome party and that there are fatalities. "
The graphic video of the shooting published on social networks shows at least 3 victims on the ground while a crowd of young people disperses. They told me it could have been a party in which several Texas A&M Commerce students participated.
It is not clear how many were in the building when the gunman who is now free opened fire with a rifle, however, it was deduced that the first official response to the incident occurred at 3:15 a.m. from the Texas A&M Commerce police.