SACRAMENTO, California - More than 10 people were hurt in a riot that broke out at the California State Prison-Sacramento, according to a Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District official. One was shot, the California Department of Corrections told KCRA 3. Numbers continue to change as officials gather information. As of just after 12:30 p.m., 11 were treated for injuries at the prison, also called New Folsom, and nine were arriving at or on their way to a hospital, a Folsom fire official said. People are still being treated in the prison yard. The nature of all the victims' injuries isn't clear, an official said. It's also not confirmed how many people were involved. Initial reports from Sac Metro have changed from three to eight to now more than 10. Sac Metro first posted on Twitter that emergency crews were responding to reports of a possible shooting/riot at 100 Prison Road. Just after noon, a New Folsom Prison official told KCRA 3 over the phone that the situation is "chaos right now."