Suspected Texas shooter dead, bringing death toll to three

By REUTERS
August 13, 2012 23:52

 
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The suspected shooter who opened fire near Texas A&M University in College Station on Monday has died, bringing the death toll to three, the city police department said.

The other two deceased were a civilian and a law enforcement officer, police said. Two other police officers and a civilian were injured and transported to the hospital, the city said.

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