Two journalists were shot and killed during a live segment at a shopping center in Virginia Wednesday morning.

WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, were shot during a segment at Bridgewater Plaza in Moneta, Virginia. Footage of the incident has been disseminated widely online and shows the moment the gunman attacked.

According to CNN, Vicki Gardner, who was being interviewed by Parker at the time of the shooting, was shot in the back and is in surgery. 

Following the shooting, WDBJ reported on Parker and Ward’s deaths.

Chris Hurst, a fellow journalist at WDBJ and graduate of Emerson College, was in a nine-month relationship with Parker. The two hadn’t announced the relationship publicly.

“This is unconscionable,” Hurst said in a Facebook post. “But I WILL share her story because it is one full of life, dreams, love and amazing journalism. She just finished working on an incredible special on child abuse and it was fantastic. We will get through this and there will be justice. Your thoughts and prayers mean the world to me.”

Adam Ward was engaged to be married to Melissa Ott, a morning producer for WDBJ.

The gunman is still at large, and a manhunt is underway.