BRYAN, Texas — Police in the central Texas town of Bryan said they found multiple victims after a mass shooting inside a business Thursday afternoon, ABC affiliate KTRK reported.
According to Lt. JC James of the Bryan Police Department, the suspect was at large and the extent of the victims’ injuries was not yet known after the shooting at an industrial complex.
Police first received a call around 2:30 p.m. local time about the shooting at 350 Stone City Drive in Bryan, James said. The gunfire was over when officers arrived, and at least a half-dozen ambulances soon arrived on the scene for the victims.
The victims were all taken to a local hospital, he said.
Investigators were trying to piece together exactly what happened, James said, and authorities were interviewing witnesses.
Agents with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) were headed to Bryan as part of the investigation.
Bryan, a town of 84,000 people, is located in the shadow of Texas A&M University, and about 100 miles northwest of Houston.
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