COLUMBUS, Ohio (NEWS CENTER) -- Police say nine people are hospitalized and one suspect is shot dead after an active shooter on Ohio State University Campus on Monday.
At approximately, 9:50 a.m., Ohio State's Emergency Management tweeted an alert about an active shooter on campus in Columbus.
Buckeye Alert: Active Shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight. Watts Hall. 19th and College.— OSU Emergency Mngmnt (@OSU_EMFP) November 28, 2016
NBC4i (WCMH) affiliate in Columbus Ohio says police confirm the suspect involved in the Ohio State University campus is dead. There are nine victims currently being treated. Police are telling NBC4i that seven victims are in stable condition and one is in critical condition. A ninth victim is being treated at the scene.
Witness tells NBC4 that a fire alarm was pulled, people cleared Watts Hall, then a car came along and started hitting those who evacuated.— Matt Edwards (@MattEdwardsNBC4) November 28, 2016
There is an active shooter situation on the OSU campus. UA schools are on a precautionary lockdown, there is NO threat in UA— UpperArlingtonPD (@UA_Police) November 28, 2016Our Rick Reitzel near parking garage reports 2 people were escorted out of garage in handcuffs and put into SWAT vehicle.— Matt Barnes (@Matt_NBC4) November 28, 2016
Per spokesperson to @danpearlman - OSU Wexner Medical Center received 4 patients. Not expecting anymore. Working under normal conditions.— Matt Barnes (@Matt_NBC4) November 28, 2016
UA Schools placed on lockdown following active shooter on OSU's campus. No threat in UA. https://t.co/OZX8xwhhp7— Hattie Hawks (@HattieHawksNBC4) November 28, 2016
Witness tell NBC4 that a fire alarm was pulled, people cleared Watts Hall, then a car came along and started hitting those who evacuated.
— Matt Edwards (@MattEdwardsNBC4) November 28, 2016
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