Greenville homecoming shooting: Two dead and 14 injured after ‘parking row’

Greenville homecoming shooting: Two dead and 14 injured after ‘parking row’


Two individuals have lost their lives and several others have endured injuries in one mass shooting that took place at a university homecoming celebration held in Texas.

A manhunt is being conducted for the armed man, who the police say utilized one semi-automatic rifle to raise terror and destruction.

Emergency services had been called right before midnight at ‘The Party Venue’ located in Greenville, where a homecoming party for ‘Texas A&M Commerce College’ students was being held.

The officials discovered two dead bodies while 14 others suffered from several injuries.

Nearly 750 students were present within the venue at the party. The victims immediately were rushed to many close by hospitals via air ambulance, private transport or land ambulance.

Jason Whitely, a WFAA-TV reporter tweeted previously about 2 fatalities and over a dozen people injured. It is believed that a .227 caliber rifle was used for the shooting while the motive for it remains unknown, Whitely further wrote.

As per the ‘Texas A&M Commerce College’ official Twitter account, there are no active shooter condition in Commerce. There was one event hosted outside of Greenland that might or might have not involved the students, but, further data will be updated when known, continued the tweet.

Maria Wilson

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