Police responded Thursday to the scene of a shooting at an industrial park in Bryan, Texas, where they found "several victims," according to Lt. Jason James of the Bryan Police Department.
James could not speak to the extent of the victims' injuries in a news conference Thursday afternoon. The victims had been taken to a local hospital, he said.
The suspect in the shooting is at large, James said. He had no details or information about the suspect.
Police first received a call at about 2:30 p.m. local time about a shooting at 350 Stone City Drive in Bryan, James said. The incident was over when officers arrived, and at least six ambulances soon arrived on the scene for the victims.
Investigators are trying to piece together what happened, James said, and authorities are interviewing witnesses.
The public is asked to stay away from the area, he added.
The U.S. Capitol is on lockdown and two Capitol Police officers have been injured, officials confirmed Friday.
There are reports the suspect "rammed a vehicle into two USCP officers," Capitol Police said. Multiple news outlets have reported that officers shot and killed the suspect after he or she jumped out of the vehicle with a knife.
The Associated Press reported that at least one of the officers is in serious condition, but it's reported that he has since died.
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Eric Trump shook his head in disgust on Fox News on Sunday over President Joe Biden's fifth trip to his Delaware home over the weekend since he's been in office.
"I don't know where to begin," he told Maria Bartiromo. "It's heartbreaking to us. I know how much time and effort my father put into the job."
In fact, in the first 100 days of his presidency, Donald Trump went on golf outings 19 times (compared with a single time by Barack Obama in the same period of time). "Irony is dead," quipped Vox journalist Aaron Rupar on Twitter.
How hard Trump worked is also subject to debate. Sources inside the administration told the media while he was in office that the former president often came in late to work at the White House, left early and spent a significant amount of time watching Fox News. The non-working hours were referred to in his schedule as "executive time."
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