Police reported that a shooting occurred at numerous sites on the Michigan State University campus in East Lansing on Monday night, leaving three individuals dead and five others injured. One suspect also perished from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Some of the victims’ injuries are life-threatening, and they have been taken to a hospital, according to a press conference given by MSU Police and Public Safety.
John Foren, the director of communications at Sparrow Hospital, verified to ABC News that five victims of the gunshot were admitted to the facility. Foren stated that they are not anticipating any further patients but did not have an update on their conditions.
The shelter-in-place order has been withdrawn, according to MSU Public Safety Interim Deputy Chief Chris Rozman, who made the announcement during a press conference.
At 8:18 p.m., Berkey Hall received its first 911 calls reporting gunfire, according to Rozman. When police arrived, they discovered “many” casualties present. When police were alerted to a second shooting, they went to the MSU Union building and discovered more victims, according to Rozman.
According to Rozman, two of the fatalities occurred at Berkey Hall and one at the MSU Union building.
According to the acting deputy chief, police are still trying to identify the perpetrator and discover his or her potential motivation.