Student Shot At South Carolina State University, Four Suspects Being Pursued By Police
At least one student was shot at the Orangeburg college of South Carolina State University on Friday afternoon, authorities are reporting. The university sent out a college-wide alert saying that a student was wounded by a gunshot at the Hugine Suites dorms. Law enforcement is searching for four suspects, and for now, the school is on lockdown.
Little more is known at this point, but law enforcement and media are circling the area. South Carolina State officials have said they know who the shooter is, and that they are actively searching for a suspect.
On Tuesday, a classroom shooting at Purdue University left a man dead, and the shooter has been charged with murder.
And on Wednesday, a shooting was reported at the University of Oklahoma. The report was ultimately discovered to be unfounded.
S.C state police have now confirmed that there has been a shooting on campus. According, to police one student... http://t.co/QP67dlDWIM— (@scstate1896) #
S.C. state Univ. Police have confirmed that there has been a shooting on campus. According to police one student has been shot.— (@scstate1896) #
We are currently on lock-down, however as police continue to search for the suspect, students are urged to take precautions.— (@scstate1896) #
The university is just south of Columbia, has roughly 3,000 students enrolled, and is historically black.
Breaking: Shooting at SC State University. More details coming soon on air and online at http://t.co/Szasi013kT— (@wirtzberger1) #