Steve Helber/AP
March 31, 2016 03:40 PM

Three people were shot at a Greyhound Bus station in Richmond, Virginia, and the shooter was shot dead, according to multiple reports.

A Virginia state trooper has life-threatening injuries, and two civilians suffered non life-threatening injuries, according to NBC news.

According to WTVR, Virginia State Police were at the bus station for a training exercise when gunfire erupted. The network reports that the suspect, a civilian, began shooting at troopers inside the station and that the troopers returned fire.

The incident took place at about 2:45 p.m.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued a statement to PEOPLE, confirming the shooting at the Greyhound Bus Station in Richmond.

“I have spoken with the Mayor of Richmond and the Superintendent of the Virginia State Police and offered whatever state resources may be necessary to respond to this situation,” McAuliffe’s statement reads.

“Our public safety team and I will continue to monitor the situation and support State Police and local authorities in their response and investigation of this incident.”

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