On Saturday October 14th, 2023, a shooting occurred at the State Fair Of Texas. Here's what we know at the current time.

Details Of The Shooting

According to NBC DFW, the situation began near the time of 7:45 PM. Police, after being alerted to the shooting, appeared at the grounds, and began evacuations. Both the Dallas police and the State Fair also released a statement on X:

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Soon after the evacuation process had begun, Law enforcement from Dallas sent out a message that they had arrested somebody in regards to the shooting:

The suspect, who was identified as Cameron Turner, was charged with three counts of aggravated assault. According to police, the incident began at the food court of State Fair:

Three unidentified individuals were harmed during the shooting, according to the Associated Press, but they have been reported has non-life threatening.

Videos Show Individuals Fleeing From The Area

NBC DFW also provided video of attendees fleeing from the area:

A user on X also provided video of attendees in leaving the area of the State Fair of Texas, while aboard the Ferris Wheel, we also must warn viewers the video contains strong language:

As the shooting is still under investigation, we will have more information when it becomes available.

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