Officers were injured ie Tucson Amtrak train shooting, one critically. Another suspect was taken into custody. The first suspect died in the bathroom while the second suspect was arrested. The shooting occurred at the Tucson Amtrak train station, which is a major transit hub in Arizona. The Tucson PD and FBI are investigating the shooting.
The suspect’s motive for the attack is unknown. The two suspects were identified as two Hispanic men, one of whom is a DEA agent. The suspect reportedly pulled a handgun and began firing. The DEA agent was killed while the second suspect was injured. A TPD officer was also injured but is in stable condition.
The Tucson police department has secured the scene and is providing updates from their main downtown station. The shooting occurred around 8 a.m. on Thursday morning while an Amtrak train was stopped in Tucson. The train was carrying 137 passengers and 11 crew members. At the time of the shooting, the train had stopped at a station, and the shooting started about 15 minutes after it stopped. The shooting occurred at Tucson Station and was spotted by two people who appeared to be law enforcement officers.
DEA Administrator Anne Milgram expressed her thoughts on the shooting. The shooting left two injured DEA agents and a Tucson police officer, who were on a task force for the DEA. The shooting occurred on the second level of the double-decker train. The first officer fired at the suspect, who reportedly pulled out a handgun and opened fire.