Houston's NBC station KPRC-TV reports three people were shot in an incident at Lone Star College today. Click here for their full report.
Original story (1:10 p.m.):
Sheriff's deputies were responding to reports that shots were fired at a Houston community college with multiple people wounded.
NBC station KPRC-TV reported that investigators were working to determine if there was an active shooter on the North Harris campus of Lone Star College.
Live aerial video taken by the station showed emergency crews moving two people on stretchers into ambulances. Dozens of police vehicles were visible.
Police officers in SWAT gear were shown on the video entering buildings on the campus.
It was unclear how many people were injured or if the people seen on the stretchers had been shot.
At least one person has been detained at the college, deputy constables told KPRC, but they did not say if that person was suspected of shooting anyone.
Jed Young, a spokesman for the college system, told The Associated Place that a "shelter-in-place order" was issued at the college due to reports of a shooter on campus. Students, faculty and staff were advised by the college website to take immediate shelter where they were.
Lone Star College is a community college system based in the Houston region and has six campuses associated with it.
Harris County sheriff's deputies told KPRC-TV that the shooting was reported shortly after noon CT at the North Harris campus.