El Paso mall shooting updates: Police say 1 dead, 3 injured

Shots were fired in the Cielo Vista mall, police said.

One person is dead and three others injured after a shooting at the Cielo Vista mall in El Paso, Texas, Wednesday, authorities said. Two suspects are now in custody, according to police.

The mall is located near a Walmart where 23 people were killed in a racist shooting in August 2019.

2nd suspect in custody, police say

Interim El Paso Police Chief Peter Pacillas said two suspects are now in custody and there is "no more danger to the public."

-ABC News' Marilyn Heck

3rd victim in fair condition, medical center says

The Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso said it's treating the third victim, who is listed in fair condition.

-ABC News' Marilyn Heck

Gov. Greg Abbott says he spoke to mayor

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he spoke to El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser Wednesday night and offered the "full support" of the state.

"Thank you to all law enforcement and first responders who quickly went into action to protect their fellow Texans," he tweeted.

Rep. Veronica Escobar: Shooting 'has brought back traumatic memories'

Rep. Veronica Escobar, who represents Texas' 16th District, which includes El Paso, tweeted Wednesday that the shooting "has brought back traumatic memories for many of us. Please know you are not alone."

"Call El Paso’s crisis help line at ; there is help for you 24 hours, 7 days a week," she wrote.

2 male patients in critical condition, hospital says

The University Medical Center of El Paso said it received two male victims of Wednesday night's shooting, and that they are both in critical condition.

-ABC News' Marilyn Heck