2 in 2 days?? WTF?!
Shots Fired At The University Of Oklahoma
Police are investigating reports of a shooting at the University of Oklahoma, but the school says no evidence has been found yet of shots being fired.
Norman Police said at around 11:15 a.m. local time they received a call from University of Oklahoma police asking them for their assistance in investigating reports of a possible shooting, KOKH reports.
“Shooting on campus. Avoid Gould Hall. Seek immediate shelter in place,” read a tweet posted on the school’s official account.
But University of Oklahoma’s public information officer later said “as of this time, no evidence has been found of any shots being fired.”
SWAT teams have searched through Gould Hall and have not found anything yet, KFOR reports. Normal campus operations have resumed except for Gould Hall. There are no reports of injuries.
Looks like the cops and University Police are at odds about what exactly happened. We just hope no one was harmed.
The University of Oklahoma in Norman reported a shooting on campus Wednesday.
“Avoid Gould Hall. Seek immediate shelter in place,” the school said on Twitter and on its website.
Fifteen minutes later, the school tweeted, “No new info at this time. Remain sheltered in place.”
Gould Hall houses the university’s College of Architecture.
Major Bruce Chan of campus police told CNN there was a report of shots fired in that area of campus, and that university as well as local police were responding.
It was not immediately known whether anyone has been wounded.
The incident took place at around 11:20 a.m. local time (12:20 p.m. ET), while classes were in session.
Students and faculty were alerted via text.
On Tuesday, a gunman shot and killed a man at Purdue University in Indiana.
More details will be emerging shortly, check back with BOSSIP for the updates.