DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Gunfire erupted after a vigil for one of the two people killed at an off-campus college party in Greenville early Sunday morning.

The vigil took place Sunday night at a park in Dallas when gunshots rang out around 8 p.m. Local media outlets said attendees and reporters for the event took cover.

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Dallas police responded to the shooting in the 10300 block of Cradlerock Drive. When they arrived, officers learned that a disturbance started at the vigil and escalated to a shooting.

There were no immediate reports of injuries, but the vehicle for one station was struck by bullets.

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Family members told local media that the vigil was being held for 23-year-old Kevin Berry Jr. of Dallas.

Authorities are still searching for the gunman who opened fire overnight at a party of about 750 people, killing two and injuring a dozen more.

It is unclear at this time how many people were shooting and this is an ongoing investigation.

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