A Texas college has gone into a lockdown amid reports of a shooter on campus.
Jed Young, a spokesman for the Lone Star College System campus in north Harris County, told The Associated Press that a shelter-in-place order has been issued.
Emergency personnel have responded to the Houston-area college campus.
The Harris County Sheriffs Office had no immediate details.
The shooting happened sometime shortly past noon at the campus, according to the Sheruffs Office, the Houston Chronicle reported.
Initial reports indicate at least three people may have been wounded. No other information about injuries was immediately available.
"We know that shots have been fired and we are in a shelter-in-place situation on the campus," Vicki Cassidy, manager of media relations for Lone Star College System, told the Chronicle. "It's a pretty chaotic scene at this point in time."
Cassidy said she could not provide any other details about the shooting. The campus is one of six that makes up the community college system.
Early reports indicate the shooting may have occurred in the library as well in the cafeteria.
The campus has been placed on lockdown as authorities investigate the case. Officials asked students and faculty to remain where they are on the campus. They also ask other people not to come to the campus.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.