TCU locks down after bus drivers' argument leads to gunfire

Posted November 08, 2017

Texas Christian University was placed on lockdown after a reported shooting on campus in Fort Worth, Texas.

Update 8:30 a.m.: Texas Christian University students are free to return to their regular schedules on campus after an armed dispute between campus shuttle drivers, according to TCU 360.

The driver then allegedly rammed the other driver's shuttle before he fled the scene.

The alert was lifted later in the morning after police were able to locate a suspect.

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The shuttle bus driver who was shot at only suffered minor injuries when the other driver bumped him with his shuttle as he drove away.

KTXS will provide additional details as they become available.

TCU students are no longer under lockdown after a road rage incident resulted in the police search of an alleged shooter, according to administrators.

The unidentified suspect was described as a black male, wearing a white shirt, black trousers, driving TCU shuttle #24171.