CNN: Reports of Shots Fired, Shelter-In-Place at University of Oklahoma 1/22/14
UPDATE: After extensive investigation, authorities are saying that there is no evidence of a shooter or shots being fired at the University of Oklahoma.
The shelter-in-place order has been lifted, however, police will continue to investigate.
NORMAN, OK - The University of Oklahoma in Norman reported a shooting on campus Wednesday.
"Avoid Gould Hall. Seek immediate shelter in place," the school said on Twitter and on its website.
Fifteen minutes later, the school tweeted, "No new info at this time. Remain sheltered in place."
Gould Hall houses the university's College of Architecture.
Major Bruce Chan of campus police told CNN there was a report of shots fired in that area of campus, and that university as well as local police were responding.
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