The shooter at Michigan State University died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Photo/CNN
WASHINGTON – Perpetrator shooting inside the academic halls of the Michigan State University (MSU) campus, United States of America (USA), which left three people reportedly dead from self-inflicted gunshot wounds. The shooting also injured 5 other people.
“This is truly the nightmare we’re living with tonight, but we remain focused on the safety of our campus, our students, and our surrounding communities,” said Chris Rozman, acting deputy head of Michigan State University’s Department of Public Safety. (14/2/2023).
The five injured victims, some of whom had life-threatening injuries, were taken to Sparrow Hospital for treatment.
The shooting occurred at 8:18 p.m. local time inside Berkey Hall, which houses MSU’s Department of Sociology on the north boundary of campus.
The campus then issued a shelter-in-place order at 8:31 p.m., telling students to stay inside and barricade themselves.
“Run, Hide, Fight,” MSU said in the alert.
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“Run means getting away from danger if you can do it safely, Hide means securing a place, and Fight means protecting yourself if there is no other option,” the warning explains.
According to police, after opening fire inside Berkey Hall, the suspect walked over to MSU Union and opened fire again.
MSU canceled lectures for the next two days and advised students not to come to campus on Tuesday local time.
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