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DEVELOPING STORY: Police are responding to an active shooter at Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas. There are reports of injuries. Video below was reportedly taken inside a classroom as the gunman opened fire. Follow Todd’s newsletter feed for updates.
UPDATE: 12:30 P.M.
BREAKING: per @ArlingtonPD, 4 people hurt after a student got into a fight and used a gun at Timberview HS.— Matt Howerton (@HowertonNews) October 6, 2021
At least 3 victims were students.
Another a teacher.
Person of interest: Timothy Simpkins. 18 y/o Black male.
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UPDATE 12:25 P.M.
Two of the victims suffered gunshot wounds. Three of the victims were students. One was an “older person who may be a teacher,” police said.
UPDATE: 12:21 P.M.
UPDATE: 12 P.M.
All Parents –@mansfieldisd is setting up a parent reunification point at the Center for Performing Arts located at 1110 W. Debbie. Officers will be at that scene. Students will eventually be bused to that location after the school is completely secured. pic.twitter.com/gmv8UJBXDk— Arlington Police, TX (@ArlingtonPD) October 6, 2021
My daughter just texted me that there was a school school shooting at Timberview H.S. In Mansfield ISD in Arlington, TX. She sent this video that’s out. Her nearby school is on lockdown also, and we hear police sirens rushing in. Police confirm there is an active shooter. Praying pic.twitter.com/m90QzZUfTz— Nerissa Knight (@nerissaknight) October 6, 2021
We are on scene at a shooting at Timberview High School. We are doing a methodical search and working closely with @ATFHQ @mansfieldisd Police, @MansfieldPDTX @GrandPrairiePD and other agencies. We will be announcing a parent staging location soon once the location is identified pic.twitter.com/R08TuHPMHh— Arlington Police, TX (@ArlingtonPD) October 6, 2021