Texas police launched a chase after a mass shooting on Thursday leaving at least one dead and several people injured, some of whom were in critical condition, according to reports.
Police officers and local first responders responded to the shooting before noon. 15 at Stone City Drive 350 in Bryan, Texas.
The Eagle, a local newspaper, reported that authorities were on the scene at Kent Moore Cabinet’s corporate offices. The wounded were driven to St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital.
Bryan Police Lieutenant Jason James said the shooter was not in custody.
Employees of the company were interviewed and witnesses had identified a suspect, James said.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has sent dogs to the shooting range, spokesman Deon Washington said. He said the situation “is evolving rapidly”.
No further details have been released.
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Bryan is approximately 100 miles northwest of Houston and next to College Station, home of A&M University.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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