Austin – 3 people Sunday shooting scene A search for the murderer was underway in northwestern Austin, officials said.
The Austin-Travis County EMS, which responded to the scene, described the “aggressive attack / shooter incident.”
According to police, the incident was reported shortly before noon in an apartment complex near the Great Hills Plaza and the Arboretum Shopping Center.
“There are still a lot of suspects, but this is an isolated domestic situation and there seems to be no risk to the general public,” police said on Twitter. But the archer remained clearly large.
“All residents are advised to evacuate to their place,” police said on social media.
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Police, fire department and EMS responded. A helicopter made a noise on the scene. EMS said on Twitter that there were no other reports of injuries.
“All assets were ready to enter the location of the direct incident,” the agency tweeted. “This is still a lively scene. Avoid this area.”
The rampage was the latest in several shooting attacks across the country, including one Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, killing three people. Mass slaughter Over the past six weeks, more than four Americans have been killed each week, dozens have died and a few more have been injured.
President Joe Biden has called for stricter gun restrictions to fight the genocide, but has received little support in Texas. The shooting will take place two days after the Texas House of Representatives has sent a bill to the Legislature that allows anyone over the age of 21 to carry a pistol without permission.
State representatives passed the 1927 bill and sent it to the Texas Senate on Friday’s third and final reading, primarily in line with political party policy.
Bacon reported from Arlington, Virginia.
This article was originally published in USA TODAY: Austin Mass Shooting: What We Know