TCU shuttle driver arrested after gunshot fired, road rage incident on campus

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There were multiple reports of an armed suspect on the campus of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas early Tuesday morning.

"If an all clear has not been given before your 8 a.m. class, then please stay sheltered", the university said on Twitter. That driver rammed their shuttle into the other shuttle. One of the drivers fired his weapon but missed, WFAA is reporting.

This is an ongoing story which will be updated.

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Police said the two men worked for the Roadrunner shuttle service, which is used by the university. Anyone who sees the bus is urged to call 911 or 817-257-7777.

TCU students are no longer under lockdown after a road rage incident resulted in the police search of an alleged shooter, according to administrators.

According to NBC, the nearby Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center in the Fort Worth Independent School District was also placed on lock down following the shooting.