UPDATE: Police Confirm Domestic Issue Led To Shooting at Lone Star Beef

 

SAN ANGELO, TX -- Two individuals were shot outside the meat processing plant Lone Star Beef on Friday morning.

According to scanner reports and reporters on the scene , on Apr. 1, the shooter was found shot due to to self-inflicted gunshot wound while a woman was also found having suffered a gunshot wound to the neck.

UPATE 9:30 A.M.

Police are still inside Lone Star Beef but a majority of the employees are being allowed back into the building.

Check out photos of the scene below:

Police are asking for people to avoid the area. San Angelo LIVE! has a reporter on scene. Here is a video of the shooting scene.

Police have yet to release a statement regarding the incident.

San Angelo LIVE! will update again once new information is released.

UPDATE 10 A.M.

According to the San Angelo Police Department, on Apr. 1 at around 8:32 a.m., officers with the SAPD were dispatched to Lone Star Beef for the report of multiple gunshot victims.

When the officers arrived, they discovered a male and a female shooting victims. It was quickly learned that it was a domestic dispute and that both victims were employees of Lone Star Beef.

The female and the male victim were transported to Shannon Medical Center with gunshot wounds. The males injuries were self inflicted.

The Police confirmed that despite scanner reports both the male and female are still alive. It was not stated the extent of their injuries. They also told reporters that they will be released a press release later today revealing the identities of the victims.

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