WATCH: El Paso Mayor Confirms “Multiple Fatalities” and “Multiple Shooters” in Custody

This story is developing.

Police warn the scene is still active.

El Paso’s mayor confirmed there are ‘multiple fatalities’ in a shopping center shooting, and ‘multiple shooters’ are in custody.

Per Greenville Online, as hooting at the Walmart in the Cielo Vista Mall area has left multiple people dead, an El Paso police offisaid Saturday.

An El Paso police officer at the scene said there were multiple fatalities in the attack, although the number was not confirmed. He said the number was not official, but he had been inside the store.

Police say there were reports of multiple shooters in the attack.

A spokesman for University Medical Center of El Paso said the hospital has received victims from the shooting, but did not have a number.

Extra security is at UMC, where worried relatives have begun arriving.

More than a dozen family members, with worried looks on their faces, were in the UMC waiting room. The hospital is bringing in more staff to deal with the emergency.

A worker at a hospital near the mall who was not working Saturday said he called in to see if help was needed and was told 30 victims had been taken to the hospital.

This is video from inside JCPenney in Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso, TX as it was being evacuated, due to an active shooter in the area. 18 people have reportedly been shot.

El Paso Police say the shooter is still active at Cielo Vista in El Paso which sits on the USA-Mexico border. At least eighteen people have been shot – with at least one killed – after an active shooter opened fire at a Walmart.

Video shared by the KTSM in El Paso shows shoppers being evacuated from the Cielo Vista Mall as police respond to an active shooter situation

Police choppers circle above Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso, Texas as active shooter situation is on-going. Video taken from my mother’s home just north of Cielo Vista.

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