Texas Christian University shooting: Bus driver opens fire at another driver
08 November, 2017, 01:08 | Author: Malcolm Fuller
Students at Texas Christian University took shelter Tuesday morning after the school reported an armed person on campus.
Fort Worth police said two employees of the shuttle service used by the university got into an argument.
Officials with Texas Christian University in Fort Worth tweeted a "seek shelter" emergency alert around 7:00 am after a report of shots being fired.
The driver then allegedly rammed the other driver's shuttle before he fled the scene.
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The person was not hit by the bullet, but as the shooter was leaving in his shuttle bus, he bumped into the other employee. Police caught him a short time later.
This is an ongoing story which will be updated.
The unidentified suspect was described as a black male, wearing a white shirt, black trousers, driving TCU shuttle #24171.
At 8 a.m., TCU said the lockdown remains as they search for the shuttle driver.
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