SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — As residents in and around Uvalde continue to recover from May’s shooting rampage at Robb Elementary School, the tension ramped back up when rival gang members got into a shoot out at Uvalde Memorial Park, located about two miles from the school.

Officers were called to the park at around 5:30 P.M. Thursday where they found multiple people injured.

2 were flown to a hospital in San Antonio, another 4 brought to a hospital in Uvalde for treatment. There have been no updates on their conditions.

However, the four brought to the Uvalde facility are in custody as police investigate the shootout.

Governor Greg Abbott issued this statement following the shooting, in which he says he will send additional DPS troopers to Uvalde:

“I was outraged to learn that gang violence has endangered the Uvalde community and innocent Texans this evening. I immediately called Mayor McLaughlin and County Judge Mitchell to offer the state’s full support and resources as law enforcement hunts down the gang members. After speaking with the mayor and the county judge about the immediate need for more law enforcement support, I have directed the Department of Public Safety to conduct patrol operations in the gang hotspots, send an additional six DPS trooper units to work around the clock, and begin coordinating an anti-gang effort with the city. Working with the Uvalde Police Department and Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office, DPS is also deploying Special Agents to target the five gangs operating in Uvalde. Thank you to all local and state law enforcement and first responders who swiftly went into action to protect their fellow Texans. Gang violence has no place here in Texas, and we will bring the full force of justice down on these heinous criminals.”

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