BREAKING: School Shooting Reported At Texas College

BREAKING: School Shooting Reported At Texas College
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A school shooting has been reported at Lone Star College in Houston, Texas, with shots fired shortly after 12 this afternoon.

Authorities have arrested at least one person in the incident, and authorities are investigating to see if there are other gunmen.

Early reports of the incident suggest that there are at least three victims, but the status of the alleged victims has not been released.

Eyewitnesses say that several gunshots were heard, and that at least one person was transported to a local hospital.

The school has since posted a bulletin that reads, “Students, Faculty and Staff are advised to take immediate shelter where you are. Do not enter the campus until notified further.”

Other schools in the area have been locked down preemptively to be safe.

We will have more details as they’re made available.

James Gilbert | Elite.

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