Suspect found dead after shooting, critically injuring Dallas paramedic

Active shooter situation in Dallas, a firefighter has been shot (KXAS Photo)
Active shooter situation in Dallas, a firefighter has been shot (KXAS Photo)

DALLAS (KXAN/AP) — Two bodies have been found in a home, including a suspected active shooter, after a paramedic was shot and critically injured in Dallas on Monday.

The city released a statement saying emergency responders were treating a civilian late Monday morning when another person approached, opened fired and critically injured the paramedic. According to KXAS, the shooting happened in the 3200 block of Reynolds Avenue in East Dallas.

Dozens of police vehicles have swarmed the largely residential area and blocked off much of the neighborhood just east of downtown Dallas.

The city says the paramedic is in critical but stable condition at Baylor University Medical Center. Details about the civilian’s condition haven’t been released.

No details have been released about the shooter or what may have sparked the shooting.

Dolphin and I-30 area in Dallas where police have several roads blocked after active shooter situation that left a firefighter shot (Dallas police photo/Twitter)
Dolphin and I-30 area in Dallas where police have several roads blocked after active shooter situation that left a firefighter shot (Dallas police photo/Twitter)

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