For the 3rd time in as many months, another mass shootings has claimed lives in Texas.
This time in small town of Greenville, about 20 miles west of Dallas, where hundreds Texas A&M Commerce students had gathered at an off-campus venue for what has been described as a Halloween party.
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The Hunt County Sheriff’s Deputies Department says gunshots erupted in the back of the venue. When they arrived they saw multiple victims, including 2 fatalities; at least 12 others were injured by gunfire.
Authorities have no description of the shooter who is still at-large.
The Texas angers and the FBI are investigating.
In August, just 3 weeks apart, 2 separate mass shootings claimed 30 lives and wounded dozens of others in El Paso and Midland-Odessa.
"We unfortunately do not have any solid suspect information,“ Sheriff Randy Meeks said after a mass shooting in Greenville, Texas, that has left two dead, 14 injured and a gunman at large. Anyone with info is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929. https://t.co/5haMxEFgde pic.twitter.com/rkqk5Qrvpt
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