UPDATE 9:08 p.m. EST: University of Toledo police said there is no danger at this point after a report of a possible gunman, WTVG-TV reported — but a Board of Trustees Chair told the station that the student union will stay closed for the rest of the night for security reasons.
UPDATE 5:18 p.m. EST: No victim or suspect was found in the University of Toledo student union, WTVG reported. Police said the building is cleared of people and officers, the station added, citing a reporter at the scene.
No victim or suspect found in UT student union. Police say bldg now cleared of people and officers, according to 13abc reporter on scene.— WTVG 13abc (@13abc) May 2, 2015
The UT website had an alert posted on its main page at 5:23 p.m.: "Dangerous situation reported near Student Union. Stay away from area. Police on scene now."
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Police said a gunman may be in the University of Toledo's student union, WTVG-TV reported, and the building on the main campus of the Ohio college is on lockdown.
Police present outside UT student union. Bldg being evacuated after person with gun believed inside. pic.twitter.com/y7dUM4Iben— WTVG 13abc (@13abc) May 2, 2015
Police are looking for a suspicious person and also are investigating a possible stabbing, WTVG reported.
Several UT student union workers forced from bldg heard several pops, according to 13abc reporter on scene.— WTVG 13abc (@13abc) May 2, 2015
According to a WTVG reporter at the scene, several UT student union workers who were forced from the building heard pops.
There is no word on injuries, the station said.
This is breaking news; updates will be added.
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