(NewsNation Now) — A Texas high school is on lockdown with authorities responding to an alleged active shooter Wednesday morning.
Police have not confirmed if anyone was injured in the incident at Timberview High School in Arlington. No other details were provided at this time.
The Mansfield Independent School District confirmed the active shooter and said students and staff were locked in classrooms or offices. No visitors are being allowed inside the building, according to MISD.
The high school is about 20 minutes away from downtown Dallas.
The district is setting up a parent reunification point at 1100 W. Debbie. Authorities asked the media to gather outside the Timberview High School softball field. Mansfield ISD police, Arlington police and other law enforcement agencies are responding to the high school.
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