Shots fired at vigil for Texas shooting victim

Gunshots were reported after a vigil was held in honor of one of the victims of Saturday night’s shooting at a homecoming party thrown by Texas A&M-University Commerce students.

The vigil for 23-year-old Kevin Berry was held in a park in Dallas and the shots erupted shortly after the event concluded.

Video taken at the scene posted on Twitter had audio of multiple gunshots from different weapons.

There were no reported injuries after the shooting, which occurred shortly after 7 p.m. central time.

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NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reporter Diana Zoga reported that their news van was hit by several bullets. She also said it appeared that more than one shooter was involved.

“As the vigil wrapped up, people began shooting,” Zoga said. “Multiple shots. Our news unit was hit at least 3 times. I have not seen anyone injured. It’s possible some took themselves to the hospital.”

The Dallas Police Department later released a statement saying the shooting appeared to have happened after an altercation that escalated.

A manhunt was still on Sunday night for the gunman who opened fire at an off-campus homecoming party near Greenville, Texas, killing Berry and a second person. More than a dozen people were injured in the shooting and resulting chaos.