By Associated Press
Two people were killed and a third person was wounded after a shooting Monday at a residence hall at a university in Texas, police said.
Students and employees were told to shelter in place as a precaution after the shooting Monday at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The university said there were three gunshot victims at its Pride Rock residence hall, and two people were confirmed dead.
The third person was taken to a hospital. Classes have been canceled for the day.
Commerce is about 65 miles northeast of Dallas.
DEVELOPING: 2 people killed in shooting at residence hall at Texas A&M University-Commerce campus; additional person hospitalized; students and staff told to shelter in place, school says. https://t.co/TTWPyb2PPd
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