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At least five people are dead and 21 injured in shootings near Odessa and Midland, Texas, according to police.
The active shooter was shot and killed in Odessa, Midland police said. There is not an active shooter at this time, officials said. It was unclear if the fatality reported by law enforcement officials was the shooter or a victim.
Three law enforcement officers were shot. Information was given on their condition.
Police say a suspect hijacked a U.S. mail carrier truck and was driving around Odessa shooting at random people.
The Midland Police Department said earlier in a Facebook post there may be two shooters in two separate vehicles.
Officials said the suspects were driving a gold/white small Toyota truck and USPS Postal Van. Around 5 p.m. ET, police said one suspected was located at Cinergy and the other was driving on Loop 250 in Midland.
It was unclear if law enforcement still believed there was a second shooter.
Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Dallas Field Division responded to reports of a shooting on Interstate 20, according to a tweet.
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin asked students to stay indoors.
The shootings come a month after a gunman killed 22 people in El Paso, about 300 miles away.
President Donald Trump said he was briefed by Attorney General William Barr about the shootings. The FBI is “fully engaged,” he said.
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