Eight dead in shooting at Texas 'house party'

At least eight people are dead, including the suspect, after a shooting at a home in Plano, Texas, authorities in North Texas said Sunday night. The shooting occurred around 8 p.m. in the city less than 20 miles (32.19 kilometers) northeast of Dallas. Plano police spokesman David Tilley said police initially responded to a report of shots fired. When the first officer arrived and went inside the home, the officer confronted the suspected shooter. The officer opened fire, Tilley said, killing the suspect. Two others were injured in the shooting. Their conditions were not released. The shooting occurred at a Dallas Cowboys viewing party, local media reported. Police officers work the scene of a shooting at a home in Plano, north of Dallas, Texas Credit: AP The victims and suspect have not been identified. All of those killed and injured were believed to be adults. Police also have not determined a motive for the shooting. Additional details were not immediately available. Tilley said that a shooting of this magnitude was unusual for Plano, especially in such a quiet neighbourhood. He could not say whether police had been called to the home before Sunday. A police investigation is ongoing.   


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