Eerily reminiscent of the Muhamad revenge attack in Paris, two gunmen in a vehicle fired several shots at security at a Muhamad art contest near Dallas, TX.
The City of Garland said that the men drove up in a vehicle and began shooting at a security guard in front of the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, TX.
Both gunmen were killed when local police returned fire and one security card was treated for a gunshot to the ankle. The security guard has since been released and is expected to recover fully.
The gun men used twitter to announce their attack shortly before it began and an suspected ISIS-related account praised it just after it occurred.
The center was hosting an event sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative that was giving $10,000 for the best cartoon depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.
The gunmen were left in the street for sometime after the failed attack as local officials were concerned about possible explosives on or around the bodies.