OFFICIALS: Scene secure after attack at Ohio State University
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Officials say the scene is now secure after an active shooter was reported on the campus of Ohio State University Monday morning.
Hospitals say eight patients were transported from the scene. All eight are said to have non-life-threatening injuries.
It started shortly after 10 a.m., when the University's Twitter account sent a tweet reporting that there was an "active shooter" on campus. The tweet went on to state that students should, "Run Hide Fight."
A spokesman for Ohio State University now says injuries in the attack on campus included stab wounds and being struck by a vehicle.
Ben Johnson said Monday that there were also other injuries that were being evaluated. He says campus will remain open, but classes will be canceled for the rest of the day.
Below are the tweets from the University:
Buckeye Alert: Active Shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight. Watts Hall. 19th and College.