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An article on Huffington Post quotes KPRC as saying that three people were shot. They also say that KTRK is reporting:
KTRK reports the shooting took place near the campus library after an altercation between two students. Two persons of interest were detained after a brief manhunt for the second suspect. No arrests were made and formal charges were not filed.
The emphasis is mine.
So let's get this straight. An altercation between two people in a campus library with three people shot and no charges filed? There's got to be more to this right?
As soon as I posted this diary I was called away for babysitting duty. Thanks To Gooserock and cks175 for following up.
Wow, by my count, of the three rounds that found their mark, two were unintended entirely. Now I don't know how many rounds were actually fired, but what if this shooter had had a high capacity clip and hadn't accidentally shot himself?
Sure glad this one ended quickly. Do we really want more guns in our schools?