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Texas Shooting

September 28, 2010 by Post Team 

Texas Shooting, There has been a shooting today at the University of Texas at Austin that involved a gunman wearing a ski mask and carrying a rifle, which fired several shots before shooting himself, leading to his death, according to officials college.

It seems however that there may be another suspect in arms and so the campus is on lock. A campus email was sent by UT President Bill Powers, who said: “The armed suspect is dead. There were no other injuries were reported, according to Russell Goldman on ABC News. In all my time on campus was starting at 8:00 am, a text alert and email was sent to students warning them that an armed suspect was on campus last seen in the Perry Castaneda Library, and ask students to remain where they were.

A high school, Miriam Smith said the area around the library was put into immediate lock, while other classes are dismissed and further said: “I had a 8:00 a.m. this morning class and a student check Twitter and said there a shooter on campus. “SWAT vehicles and agents are armed with automatic weapons on the premises in search of a second gunman and near the library is closed with police tape.

An email alert was sent later said, “If you’re out of school, stay away. If you are on campus, the doors, not leaving the building.” For more information on this, go to abcnews.go.com. Are you a student at the University of Texas and has witnessed any of this incident? Would be interested to hear from you so please send your comments and hope the situation ends with no more damage.

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