The recent shooting at an event venue west if Greenville has received national attention. here's what some people are saying about the incident on social media:
An unknown shooter killed two people at a crowded college party, then escaped in the chaos https://t.co/VVBRC8Z3s9— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 27, 2019
Warm thoughts, good ju ju, prayers or whatever work to Texas A&M Commerce and their families. These killing sprees need to stop.— Dusty Roper🇨🇱🏳️🌈🇺🇸🇨🇦 (@RoperDusty) October 27, 2019
PHOTOS: Aftermath of mass shooting at Texas A&M University-Commerce homecoming party - Austin American-Statesman - Austin, TX https://t.co/puHrMGQWJh— Jodi (@jodotcom) October 27, 2019
Sending my prayers to Texas A&M University-Commerce 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/pUUwicx8ef— Ferrari (@socaKING_) October 27, 2019
Statement from Texas A&M University-Commerce confirms 4 current students were treated and released from local hospitals after last night's shooting in Greenville https://t.co/GrFnRIAvc5 https://t.co/0JJ3zkHC6T— George Hale🎙️ (@georgehale) October 27, 2019
Texas Rangers & Texas Dept. of Public Safety are working aggressively with local & federal officials to respond to the #TexasAMCommerce shooting.— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) October 27, 2019
Some misinformation will be clarified.
In meantime they’ll identify the shooter & help the victims.
A manhunt was launched Sunday for a gunman who opened fire at a crowded football homecoming party for Texas A&M Commerce, killing two young people and leaving 16 others injured before escaping into what the local sheriff described as "mass chaos." https://t.co/klOogbnz90— ABC News (@ABC) October 27, 2019\
Tonight through Tuesday, the #UTSA Monument Lights and Student Union Tower Lights will shine a solemn white candle in solidarity with Texas A&M Commerce. Our thoughts are with the victims, their families and the campus community. 🕯 @UTSASGA pic.twitter.com/QiigbF1Ziv— UTSA (@UTSA) October 27, 2019
I visited Texas A&M Commerce a week ago and I love them with my entire heart...— sav 🎃 (@angxlicjjk) October 27, 2019
My prayers go out for the families who are affected by the mass shooting..