Reuters Oct. 22, 2010: Crew stand on the deck of the Royal Navy nuclear-powered submarine HMS Astute, as it lies next to the Coastguard tug Anglian Prince, off the Isle of Skye, northwest Scotland. One person is dead, and another injured, after a shooting aboard a British nuclear submarine, the Daily Echo reports. An active serviceman has been arrested for the fatal shooting, according to Sky News. The incident occurred on the HMS Astute, which is currently docked in Southampton. In a statement, Hampshire Police said the incident was not terror-related and there was no risk to the public. Several police vehicles were sent to the Eastern Docks at the Hampshire port and officers could be seen on the gangway of the submarine. A police spokesman said they were called by the Ministry of Defense shortly after midday. "Hampshire Constabulary and the MoD are keen to stress this incident is not terrorist related." HMS Astute previously made headlines when it ran aground on a shingle bank between the Scottish mainland and the Isle of Skye and remained marooned for several hours. Click here for more about the nuclear submarine shooting from Sky News.