(NBC) - A shuttle bus driver at Texas Christian University opened fire on another bus driver which prompted a campus-wide alert and lockdown on Tuesday morning.
According to Fort Worth Police, the incident began as an argument between two Roadrunner drivers at around seven in the morning.
Authorities say the suspected gunman missed the other driver, but bumped into the other driver while trying to drive a shuttle bus away from the scene.
Both drivers are employees of the Roadrunner Shuttle service that TCU uses. The extent of the other driver's injuries are unknown.
Police were able to find the shooter’s bus off campus nearby.
The driver was later arrested.
No students were on the bus at the time of the incident.