UPDATE 5:51 p.m. EST:
A body, believed to be that of the shooter who allegedly attacked a Dallas paramedic Monday, was found in a home searched by a police robot, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings told CNN.
Another deceased person was found in that home as well. Police have not released the identities of the deceased.
UPDATE 3:34 p.m. EST:
A Dallas Fire-Rescue EMT was treating a shooting victim when he was critically injured Monday morning, according to NBC affiliate KXAS.
UPDATE 3:02 p.m. EST:
The suspect involved in Monday morning's shooting in Dallas is believed to be armed with a rifle.
A Dallas Fire-Rescue EMT was shot while responding to a call from the gunman's significant other. When paramedics arrived on the scene, the man opened fire, hitting a paramedic and a bystander. The bystander is in stable condition, according to NBC affiliate KXAS.
UPDATE 2:28 p.m. EST:
A Dallas Fire-Rescue EMT is in critical condition after a shooting near a training academy Monday morning.
WATCH | Dallas police are searching for the gunman
A member of the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department is in surgery at Baylor Medical Center after being shot Monday morning, according to the Dallas Morning News.
The City of Dallas released a statement saying the shooting happened around 11:30 a.m. near the Dolphin Road Fire Training Academy in Dallas.
Authorities said several streets are closed and the scene is still active.
We have PIO headed to the scene, we can confirm one member of Dallas Fire Rescue has been shot and transported to a local hospital.— Dallas Police Dept (@DallasPD) May 1, 2017
There is another active shooter in Dallas. This time a fireman has been shot, and officers are pinned down by gunfire. Please pray!— Dallas Police Assoc (@DPA_PoliceAssoc) May 1, 2017
The shooter is still on the run. Helicopters were seen above the scene, likely searching for the shooting suspect.
People in the surrounding area have been asked to remain indoors.
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