2 dead and 12 injured in shooting at a college party near Greenville
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There were 2 people died and 12 injured in a mass shooting on Sunday at a college party in Greenville. The parking lot near Greenville was full of Halloween masks laid near blue medical gloves which dotted the ground. And a pool of blood soaked into the gravel horribly.
The Saturday night’s shooting took place just after midnight and involved students from Texas A&M Commerce, reported CBS Dallas/ Fort Worth. Two of the dead includes Kevin Berry Jr. of Dallas and Byron Craven Jr. of Arlington, 23 years old.
Texas A&M-Commerce informed that there were four students had been treated and released from hospitals.
Describing the eerie scene of the debris left behind, there was a lost hat, a lying shoe outside the door, when a crowd of about 750 people was frighten and fled. Some even were so frantic that they cut themselves on broken glass managing to escape through windows.
Graphic video posted online shows how terribly the injured victims were as people screamed in the background.
Police said that the suspects were able to flee the scene, although there were hundreds of potential witnesses around him when he fired at the venue along US Highway 380.
Perhaps the first person being shot was the gunman’s intended target, and the other victims may have been randomly fired, stated the sheriff.
A spokesman for sheriff’s office said it seemed witnesses were afraid to cooperate, but he urged people to speak up and help bring the gunman to justice. “Have some dignity and respect for those who lost their lives at last night’s party”, he said.
Anyone having information about the shooting may contact the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office at 903-453-6800 or Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929.