Gunman opens fire outside Dallas federal building

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A masked gunman was fatally shot on Monday after opening fire on a federal building in Dallas.

Citing witnesses, the Dallas Morning News reports that gunman Brian Clyde parked his car at a street corner in front of the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas.

He then ran and began shooting at the building at 8:40 a.m.

The publication reports that security personnel on the first floor pushed people to the ground as Clyde fired shots outside.

The 22-year-old former army soldier was shot while exchanging gunfire with federal officers who responded to the incident. He died at the scene.

Police inspected Clyde's 2003 Nissan Altima and found a suspicious device, which they detonated using controlled explosions.

Authorities say they are looking into a motive for the attack and are actively looking into Clyde's social media presence.

His Facebook page was taken down Monday afternoon, but online posts included rants about the U.S. government and photos of ammunition, according to CBS DFW.

RUNDOWN SHOWS:
1. Gunman shooting outside Dallas federal building
2. Security personnel pushed people to the ground inside building
3. Gunman killed during shootout with police
4. Police detonate suspicious device in gunman's car

VOICEOVER (in English):

"The Dallas Morning News reports that according to witnesses, gunman Brian Clyde parked his car at a street corner in front of the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas."

"He then ran and began shooting at the building at 8:40 a.m."

"The publication reports that security personnel on the first floor pushed people to the ground as Clyde fired shots outside."

"The 22-year-old former army soldier was shot while exchanging gunfire with federal officers who responded to the incident. He died at the scene."

"Police inspected Clyde's 2003 Nissan Altima, and found a suspicious device, which they then detonated using controlled explosions."

SOURCES: Dallas News, Corpus Christi Caller Times
https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2019/06/17/shots-fired-federal-courthouse-downtown-dallas
https://www.caller.com/story/news/crime/2019/06/17/brian-isaack-clyde-killed-dallas-shooting-went-del-mar-college/1479981001/