Posted: May 17, 2015 2:47 PM CDT
WACO — Police say the scene is still active after nine people were killed and multiple others were injured after a shooting at Twin Peaks on Sunday.
Shortly after 12:00 p.m., Waco Police were at Twin Peaks monitoring at least two motorcycle clubs gathering there. The conflict began with an argument inside the restaurant, allegedly over a parking spot, which then escalated and moved into the parking lot. Multiple weapons were involved in the conflict, including chains, knives, bats, clubs, and firearms.
A total of eight people were shot and killed at the scene and the other died at the hospital.
Eighteen people were transferred to local hospitals with gunshot and stab wounds. Two of those were transported to other hospitals due to the severity of their injuries.
All nine fatalities were bikers. No police officers are reported to be injured. It is unknown if any patrons were injured.
Three people have been arrested post-shooting.
Twin Peaks and Don Carlos are on lockdown, and police are working to shutdown the rest of the Central Texas Marketplace.
Police ask that civilians avoid the area, because they believe more biker gangs are traveling to the area.
Multiple agencies, including the Texas Department of Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are on scene to help with the investigation.
This story is developing.