Multiple people have reportedly been shot inside an office complex in Phoenix just hours after former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to deliver a statement on the need for more gun control.
Details concerning the victims' condition has not been released.
Gabrielle Giffords' husband Mark Kelly was testifying before Congress at the time of the shooting, and briefly mentioned the event, saying, in part, "while we were having this hearing, and we certainly don't know the details, but in Phoenix, Arizona, there is another what seems to be possibly a shooting with multiple victims."
UPDATE 2: The suspect in today's shooting has been identified by police as 70-year-old Arthur Douglas Harmon. He remains on the loose, though officers have surrounded his home in the 14600 block of North 28th Street.
He was not inside.
Law enforcement sources have also confirmed that one of the three people shot this morning has passed away. None of the victims' identities has been formally released yet, but lawyer Mark Hummels, president of the local Federal Bar Association chapter, is believed to be among them.