Transcript for Gunfire erupts at school basketball game near Dallas
Dan, now to those terrifying moments at a high school basketball game when bullets started flying. Spectators running for cover. ABC's Marci Gonzalez joins us with more on this. Reporter: Such a scare during the third quarter of that game. Video from inside that gymnasium shows the absolute panic. Chaos overnight as gunfire erupts at this high school basketball game in Texas, injuring two people including a police officer. The officer shot in the chest. Reporter: ABC affiliate WFAA covering the game between south oakcliff and Kimble high school when the shots were fired. Players and referees running off the court. Fans jumping over the seats, scrambling to get away from the violence sparked investigators believe by a fight in stands. Which resulted in the shooting of two individuals. One who is a young man, we're believing that he was a former student. The other individual was actually a police officer working this basketball event. Reporter: That officer grazed by a bullet expected to be okay after this latest round of violence at a high school sporting event. Two people shot during this high school football game in new Jersey last November and a similar scene just a week later at this game in San Francisco. And the teen shot in the chest in the latest incident in Dallas is listed in critical condition. Again, the officer is expected to recover from that graze wound. This morning, police are still searching for the gunman. Dan. Another example of gun violence in America. Marci, thank you very much.
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