Shooter contained on Ohio State campus: 10 injured, one critical

Shooter contained on Ohio State campus: 10 injured, one critical

Tiffany Salameh

***UPDATE: 1:10 p.m. –

A spokesman for Ohio State University says that 10 are injured and one is in critical condition following the campus attack in a press conference.

According to the Associated Press, Ohio State police are now saying that the attacker purposely drove into pedestrians and attacked people with a butcher knife, not a gun.

***UPDATE: 11:58 a.m. –

A suspect is dead and the threat is believed to be contained, CNN reports.

An active shooter was reported on Ohio State campus at 9:56 a.m. Nov. 28.

Ohio State’s Emergency Management tweets out this alert that reads “Run Hide Fight.”

The Buckeye alert system is urging people to avoid the area of the college and to call the police with any information.

As of 11:07 a.m., CNN reports that 8 have been hospitalized and one is in critical condition.

The Lantern, Ohio State University’s student newspaper is live tweeting the tragedy on campus.

They have confirmed that a suspect has been removed from the scene in handcuffs, however, it is still unclear if that suspect is the shooter.

Spinnaker will continue to update with more information as soon as it becomes available.


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