Brazos County shooting: Texas active shooter warning over reports of '6 wounded' at industrial park
AN active shooter in Bravos County Texas has shot at least six people, reports say.
Bravos County Law Enforcement reportedly sent out an alert which emerged on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.
Several people were apparently shot at Kentmoore Cabinets at 501 Industrial Blvd in Bryan this afternoon.
Cops told The Sun that there was an "active situation" at that location but did not confirm there was a shooter.
The number of injured victims was initially four, according to scanner reports on social media, but this rapidly rose to seven.
It wasn't immediately clear what the casualty numbers were as of 4pm ET.
KBTX reported that there were multiple people hurt with gunshot wounds near Stone City Avenue and that local police had confirmed the incident.
A reporter at the scene tweeted that there was "mass shooting at a business in Bryan," where at least six people were injured with several others left in a critical condition as of 2.58pm local time.
Students at Jane Long School won't be let out of the facility as a result of the alleged shooting.
Two ambulances have rushed to St. Joseph Hospital, and six more are en route to the Brazos County Industrial Park, reported The Bryan College Eagle, citing police scanners.
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