Texas hospital in lockdown after two shootings

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Houston was placed on lockdown Thursday after two shooters opened fire at the hospital.

The shooting was first reported at 1:35 p.m. local time.

Police said the victims were hospitalized and they were being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

The victims were in critical condition, police said.

Texas Gov.

Greg Abbott said the hospital was placed in lockdown following the shootings, and the city of Houston is also in lockdown.

The two incidents occurred at different hospitals in different areas.

The hospitals have about 1,600 beds and the hospital district has about 5,000 beds.

We are still on the ground and still assessing the situation, Abbott said.

The hospital district was already under a lockdown order Thursday evening after a man was shot to death in the hospital’s parking lot, police in the city said.

It was unclear if that man had been in a hospital lockdown or had been killed.

Authorities said the shootings happened in the parking lot of the hospital, which is located about 15 miles south of Houston.

A gunman opened fire inside the hospital as about 10 people were in the facility, the city tweeted.

The shootings occurred outside the hospital and outside of the district’s main entrance, according to local news outlets.

Police are searching for a gunman who opened fire in the cafeteria at the health care facility, and authorities said the shooter may have fled in a vehicle.

No one was hurt.