MSU Police and Public Safety officers responded to a false alarm call from someone who reported seeing a person inside of the Engineering Building holding what they thought might be a weapon this afternoon. The officers determined that the item the person was holding was not a weapon.
ELPD Sgt. Jayson Young said the crash involved two cars and that the intersection would be closed down for a "few hours.”
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Another student who was critically injured during the Feb. 13 shooting on MSU's campus has been discharged from Sparrow Hospital, according to a tweet posted by MSU Police and Public Safety's Twitter account. The student released was previously listed as being in fair condition.
MSUPD interim deputy chief Chris Rozman has confirmed that the shooter has died of a self-inflicted wound. The shelter-in-place order has been lifted and there is no longer a threat on campus.