A Texas university warned students Tuesday morning that there is an "armed person on campus" and to seek shelter. Texas Christian University in Fort Worth sent the message over Twitter, adding that more updates would follow.
The situation comes just three days after the deadliest shooting in Texas history after 26-year-old Devin Kelley killed 26 people in a church in Sutherland Springs on October 5th, 2017.
TCU Alert - Armed person on campus. Seek safe shelter immediately. More updates to follow as available.— TCU (@TCU) November 7, 2017
UPDATE 7:44AM CST: The official Twitter account of TCU 360, a student-led and faculty advised student media news source, is sharing updates as they get them from the Fort Worth Police Department. According to the FWPD via TCU 360, this is a road rage incident where one driver shot at another driver but did not hit that driver.
FWPD says this was a road rage incident where one driver shot at another driver but did not hit that driver.— TCU 360 (@tcu360) November 7, 2017
FWPD confirms that it was two Roadrunner Shuttle drivers in the encounter and that the suspect and shuttle are still outstanding.— TCU 360 (@tcu360) November 7, 2017
FWPD and other units are "actively looking" for the subject right now https://t.co/fpqcVv796Y— TCU 360 (@tcu360) November 7, 2017