Authorities Place UCLA's Campus On Lockdown After Gunman Opens Fire
On Wednesday morning (June 1), UCLA's campus went into lockdown after a gunman opened fire near the school's Boelter Hall, injuring two people.
On Wednesday morning (June 1), UCLA's campus went into lockdown after a gunman opened fire near the school's Boelter Hall, injuring two people ABC News reports.
Law officials swiftly proceeded in guiding students to shelter while a hunt for the suspect is still ongoing. According to the LAPD, the active shooter was located in the Engineering Building #4, but details on identifying and getting the gunman into custody has yet to be made.
UPDATE: Two victims confirmed dead in UCLA shooting, LAPD says https://t.co/8JqU6WmHDN
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) June 1, 2016
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) June 1, 2016
Police investigating possible shooter at UCLA's Boelter Hall. Observe campus wide lockdown.
— UCLA Newsroom (@UCLAnewsroom) June 1, 2016
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 1, 2016
Details are still forthcoming.