(CNN) — Students ducked under desks and ran for cover during a shooting at a community college in Texas on Tuesday that left three people wounded.
“I just started hearing people shouting and yelling and running,” said Amanda Vasquez, a freshman who was in English class when the shooting erupted at the North Harris campus of Lone Star College in Houston. “I immediately tried to get under the desk, tried to hide …
“I called my mom as soon as I could just because you never know. I didn’t know if this was going to be the last time I was going to be able to speak with her. So I just wanted to make sure she knew that I loved her,” Vasquez told CNN’s AC360°.
Officials from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office are still in the initial stages of their investigation, but here is what they have said so far.
The early-afternoon shooting apparently stemmed from an argument between two men. At least one of the men was armed and at least one had a student ID.
Read more at CNN News