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SWAT Standoff In Wichita Falls

The man involved in a SWAT standoff is now is custody after surrendering himself to authorities.

It happened on the 4400 Block of Call Field Rd., between University Ave. and Fairway Blvd.

The 57-year-old man barricaded himself inside a home.

Authorities said that there was at least one shot fired.

Residents in the area were told to evacuate their homes.

As for the University Academy, located across the street, they were told to remain inside.

At this time no injuries have been reported.

Newschannel 6 is on the scene and we will bring you the updates as they become available.

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