Shooter dead, student wounded at W. Texas high school

( - A shooter is dead from an apparent self-inflicted shot after wounding a student at Alpine High School in west Texas, according to the Brewster County Sheriff's Office.

The Alpine Avalanche reports that one student has been shot, and that a law enforcement officer was shot in friendly fire. Their conditions are unknown at this time.

All schools and administration in Alpine are under critical lockdown after reports of a shooting. Sul Ross State University is also under lockdown at this time.
Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson reports that someone called the sheriff's office and said "Y'all better leave me alone," and made threats against Sul Ross State University.
Alpine ISD confirms that all schools and administration buildings are in critical lockdown Thursday morning.
High school students will be released as soon as the all clear is given.
There were early reports that two shooters were involved, however now it's just reported as the one.


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