A man was stoned to death in Texas after he opened fire at a party, killing one and injuring three.
The gunman, who has not been named, was at the house party in the Como neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, on Sunday night when he reportedly became upset and left.
He returned shortly before 1am, armed with a gun, and opened fire in the backyard, hitting at least one person.
The shooter then fled, pursued by partygoers, who grabbed landscaping bricks from a nearby pile and began throwing them at him, according to the Fort Worth Star Telegram.
The group soon caught up with the gunman and began pelting him with bricks.
He opened fire again, hitting three people. One of the gunshot victims died at the scene.
Police say the gunman was struck multiple times by the bricks and was pronounced dead at the scene.
A man was stoned to death in Texas after he opened fire at a party, killing one and injuring three. Police at the scene in Fort Worth, Texas
The shooting was reported just before 1 a.m. Monday morning, after a fight erupted among partygoers at a residence in the Como neighborhood
The three injured victims are currently in hospital.
Police said one person is in critical condition and two others have 'non-life-threatening injuries.'
'Last night's incident could have happened anywhere in the city, it just happened in Como,' Councilman for District 3 Michael Crain said in a statement Monday morning.
One person is in critical condition and two others have 'non-life-threatening injuries' after the shooting
According to police, a man attending the party became upset and left, later returning with another individual
'Just as the July 4th incident could have happened anywhere else in the city. Crime is increasing across the board, he added.
Crain is referring to a shooting that followed a July Fourth festival, where eight individuals were wounded near a car was.
According to police, no has been arrested in Monday morning's shooting.
Calls for comment from DailyMail.com to the Fort Worth Police Department went unanswered.