By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to Plano, Texas law enforcement authorities, at least eight people are dead, including the suspect, after the individual shot up a Dallas Cowboys party. The shooting happened around 8 pm CST, less than 20 miles from Dallas.
The incident happened at a home, where those, who were attending, were watching the Cowboys take on the New York Giants in both teams’ season-opener. All of the victims are adults, according to police, and the gunman was shot by the authorities, the Dallas Morning News is reporting.
Two more individuals were shot, but they survived. The incident happened in the 1700 block of West Spring Creek Parkway, according to KXAS-TV. Other than that, there are very little details on what caused the incident.
The identity of the suspect and of the victims have not been released at this time. The law enforcement authorities have not said if they are looking for any more suspects, but said, where the incident happened, it’s a ‘quite neighborhood and violence like that was unusual there and in the city of Plano as a whole.’
Crystal Suggs, an eyewitness, described seeing a woman and the shooter having an altercation around 7:45 pm CST.
“A man was arguing with a woman,” she said. “They were standing outside and they were arguing. And as they were arguing, you could kind of hear little pieces of it, but you really couldn’t.
“And as they were arguing, the woman was trying to go back in. And as she was going back in the house, you seen the man pull out his gun and just start releasing. So, as he released, I ran back in, because I didn’t want to get hit by nothing. But he just started letting them go.”
At this time, the law enforcement authorities at attempting to put the pieces together. Witnesses said they heard 30 or 40 shots.
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