Harris County police confirm that one shooter and a "person of interest" are in police custody and a second gunman remains at large after opening fire on several people at the Lone Star-North Harris College in Harris County, Texas on Tuesday afternoon.
Three people were wounded, including one of the shooters and a fourth person reportedly suffered a heart attack as the shooting unfolded. A second suspected shooter remains at large.
The shooting occurred just after noon on the campus of the Lone Star College, located near Houston, Texas. The college is currently on lock-down as FBI and ATF agents are assisting local police in the search for the second suspect.
Lone Star College spokesman, Jed Young said two students were shot in crossfire as two people shot at each other at the Lone Star community college.
The North Harris Campus of Lone Star College has approximately 10,000 registered students.
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