BREAKING: Shooting at Texas High School Leaves One Student, Police Officer Injured - Suspect Dead

An active shooter situation at a Texas high school has left one student and a police officer injured. The alleged shooter is also reported to have died in the incident from a self inflicted gunshot wound. 

The incident occurred Thursday morning at Alpine High School in West Texas. The shooter, described as a female student, allegedly shot another female student before turning the gun on herself. 

A responding police officer was shot and injured, allegedly by another officer after an accidental discharge. 

The injured student was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The injured police officer's injuries have not yet been released. 

Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson said, "The shooter appears to have shot herself."

Police are not actively searching for any other suspects.


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