A gunman has killed at least two university students in their halls and left a toddler in hospital in a horror shooting – with the campus now sealed off.
The attack has unfolded at Texas' A&M University in the US, with police now at the scene.
Police found the bodies of two women in a room after responding to a call at around 10.17am local time.
University Police Department Chief Bryan Vaughn said: "A third person, a small child who is approximately two years old who is in a stable condition, was also in the room."
The Texas A&M Commerce Police Department said in a statement: “Officers are being stationed throughout campus. Please limit movement until further notice.”
Police say the toddler has been taken to hospital and is now in a stable condition.
Police did not confirm whether they were looking for a suspect but said "there appears to be no other threats."
Dramatic video shows several police vehicles surrounding the campus.
Officers were also pictured wrapping crime scene tape around the residence hall.
The university asked all students, faculty and staff to seek shelter until further notice.
Classes were also cancelled for the rest of the day.
Texas A&M Commerce is a public university located about 65 miles northeast of downtown Dallas, in northern Texas.
Last December, a gunman opened fire at a church in Texas and killed two people.
Keith Thomas Kinnunen opened fire in the West Freeway Church of Christ before being fatally shot by an armed member of the congregation.
Jack Wilson, a volunteer member of the church's security team, said he fired a single headshot to take down the gunman during the service, which was attended by 240 people while being live-streamed on social media.
He told CBS News: "I had people in front of me. I had to wait until they got out of my line of fire because I didn't want to hit any of them.”