Texas shooting: At least two killed as gunman opens fire at 'homecoming party'

27 October 2019, 09:49 | Updated: 22 November 2019, 14:11

A gunman opened fire at The Party Venue in Greenville, Texas
A gunman opened fire at The Party Venue in Greenville, Texas. Picture: Google Streetview

By Asher McShane

At least two people have died in a shooting at a homecoming party in Texas.

Hundreds of people were in attendance at The Party Venue in Greenville, near Dallas to celebrate the start of a new college term.

Officials said a gunman open fire and around 20 people were injured. The suspect is still at large.

Three air ambulances took victims to a hospital.

The site of the shooting in Greenville is around 15 miles from the Texas A&M University campus.

University police tweeted that there was an event outside Greenville “that may or may not have involved students at this time.”

University spokesman Michael Johnson confirmed a shooting had taken place.

Hunt County Sheriff’s Office has not yet commented.

This story is being updated