Reports of possible gunfire at the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park prompted a police response Friday and one person was detained, according to a report.
Some visitors were reportedly hurt trying to leave the Dallas-Fort Worth-area park after hearing what sounded like gunfire but responding officers found no shooting victims, KXAS-TV of Dallas reported.
Police stopped one car in the parking lot but it was unclear if the occupants of the care were connected to a possible shooting.
Officers determined there was no active shooter at the scene and that the situation was under control, KXAS reported.
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