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Three Dead At Texas A&M Area Shooting

College Station ShootingThree people Are Dead At College Station, Texas close to the Texas A&M campus.

Police killed the gunman who opened fired at a Constable and a 65-year-old man. Three other people were injured in the shooting.

Constable Brian Bachmann, 41, from the Brazos County sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed after he served an eviction notice to Thomas A. Caffall,35, in College Station, Texas. The 65-year-old man was a bystander.

Cafall’s mother, Linda Weaver, told The Huffington Post that she immediately thought of her son when she heard the news of the shooting.

She said her son has had ‘difficulties’ with his mental health recently. She said, “He’s been very deeply troubled.”

Although Texas A&M University doesn’t start classes until August 27 students, faculty and staff were warned to stay away from certain streets in College Station. Other residents were told to stay indoors.

Texas A&M has more than 50,000 students and is the sixth largest university in the U.S.

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