Multiple people were shot at a Halloween themed party near the city of Greenville, Texas.
According to the Dallas Morning News, police are still looking for the shooter and do not have a motive for the attack.
Graphic video shows multiple people on the ground and bleeding as people run away screaming.
Reports indicate the Halloween party was part of a Texas A&M homecoming, but university police have not confirmed that. The Texas A&M police have also not confirmed if any of the victims were students.
The shooting happened roughly 40 miles north of Dallas, and just 16 miles from the Texas A&M campus.
Police received the first call about shots fired around 3:15 a.m. central time.
The party was being held in an 8,000 square foot facility.
Police believe the shooter was able to escape in the mass hysteria as officers tried to help the victims while the gunman left with the crowd.
The Texas Rangers are leading the investigation.
This is a developing story and may be updated.
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