DALLAS, Texas (KETK) – According to NBC-DFW, police are responding to a reported shooting Sunday evening at a Dallas vigil held for one of the victims of the overnight shooting at a nonsanctioned Texas A&M- Commerce homecoming party in Greenville.
The vigil was being held for Kevin Berry at St. Augustine Park in the 1500 block of St. Augustine Street of Dallas.
A reporter for NBC-DFW had their news vehicle struck at least three times.
There have not been any injuries reported.
The vigil was held in the Pleasant Grove district of Dallas where Berry is from and reflects that he is not from Pleasant Grove in East Texas as originally reported.
An overnight mass shooting at a Texas A&M Commerce homecoming party has left two people dead and at least 14 others wounded.
The shooting took place early Sunday morning at The Party Venue about 15 miles from campus.
The party was not an officially school-sanctioned event.
Authorities have not yet identified the gunman or the victims.
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