On Monday night, the Tri-State Fair & Rodeo in Texas suffered from gun violence. With no apparent motive, a gunman shot three people down, including two first responders.
According to San Antonio Express-News, just before 11 p.m a man opened fire on Potter County deputies working off-duty at the fair in Amarillo.
Potter County Sheriff Brian Thomas said the male suspect opened fire on deputies, “striking a deputy and an off-duty firefighter, also working at the fair, and a bystander.”
Deputies returned fire, wounding the suspect, who was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
The shooting is being investigated by the Texas Rangers.
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