Gunshots have been heard near a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, local media report, as police warn of a "critical incident".
She did not have any confirmation about fatalities or casualties.
Members of the Bangladesh cricket team after the attack.
Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent.
They ran back through Hagley Park back to the Oval.
Marco Villavarayena, the team's strength and conditioning coach, told the NZ Herald:"The players are shaken up but fine".
"There is a barricade in the middle so if somebody gets inside by using the main door they have to come inside and walk maybe one minute".
Emergency services personnel assist one of the victims. They were at the ground and just started running.
Much of the coaching staff were back in the team hotel while the head coach Steve Rhodes was at the ground.
He said: "It was very peaceful, calm and quiet, as it is when the sermon starts, you could hear a pin drop". I don't know how many [shots] there were.
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Player Tamim Iqbal tweeted that it was a "frightening experience" and that there were "active shooters".
The mosque is near the cricket stadium and the players had gone for their Friday players.
The team is in the South Island city to play New Zealand in the third cricket test starting tomorrow.
Police commissioner Mike Bush says all schools in the city has been placed in lockdown in response to "a serious ongoing firearms incident".
Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal wrote on Twitter: "Entire team got saved from active shooters!"
After reports of casualties at the mosque, another mosque had been evacuated, said local media.
Hussain went into the washroom and saw one man dead outside through the window.
I'm speaking from experience, I'm speaking from what I've heard.
"I saw some people drop dead and some people were running away", he said. Lots of people were sitting on the floor.
"I could not contact two of my friends who are in the mosque as well".
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