At least nine people were taken to local hospitals in Columbus, Ohio, after reports of an active shooter situation on the Ohio State University campus Monday.
The university's emergency management division tweeted at 11:30 a.m. local time that the scene was secure and that shelter in place warnings were now lifted.
Local media, citing police, reported that a suspect had been killed; however, those reports haven't officially been confirmed by law enforcement.
A spokesperson for the Columbus Division of Fire, Rebecca Diem, confirmed to NPR that at least one of the nine transported was said to be in critical condition.
The university's Wexner Medical Center said it was treating four victims, and that none had suffered life-threatening injuries.
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