UPDATE - Five people are dead and more than 20 are injured from a drive-by mass shooting in Midland and Odessa, Texas.

Authorities say the incident began as a traffic stop, but further motive is unknown at this time. Initially there were reports of a second gunman, but that has not been confirmed.

According to the New York Times the gunman "drove on the highways and streets opening fire on residents, motorists and shoppers" in the Midland and Odessa, Texas. The two cities are only 20 miles apart.

From nytimes.com -

"Three law enforcement officers were shot, according to the police. Officials said the gunman, a man in his mid-30s, was dead, although they declined to identify him or describe how he died."

 

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Multiple people, including a state trooper, have reportedly been shot in Odessa and Midland, Texas as authorities searched for a pair of shooters.

Nycpost.com reports "In all, 10 victims appear to have been shot in Midland and another 20 hit in Odessa."

It appears that the active shooter has been killed according to authorities.

Below is the latest info from the Odessa Police Department at this time via Facebook.