Three killed at a shooting in US…

On Monday night at Michigan State University’s main campus, a shooter opened fire, leaving three people dead and five others injured, some critically. The shooter was eventually found dead, possibly from a self-inflicted gunshot, according to authorities.

There were little confirmed information concerning the shooting at the time of writing, however Chris Rozman, the acting deputy chief of the university police, claimed that shots were fired at the Berkey Hall academic building and the MSU Union building.

About three hours after the shooting, which started just after 8 p.m. (0100 GMT), Rozman informed reporters during a televised conference that police had discovered victims at both places.

Rozman claimed that the motivation was unknown to the investigators. He added that before to Monday’s tragedy, the university was not made aware of any threats made against the school.

Rozman reported that five people were hospitalized, some with potentially fatal injuries, and three victims were killed. One victim was at the MSU Union, while the other two were at Berkey Hall.

At some point, according to Rozman, “legal enforcement encountered the suspect off campus,” and “that situation is being examined as a crime scene.”

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *