At least two people were shot on Florida State University's Tallahassee campus early Thursday. Their conditions are not known, and it's also not clear if they are students.
Students were sent emergency alerts by the school, which told them a "dangerous situation" was unfolding and to seek shelter immediately. Junior Toni Haywood told ABC News via text that she was on the second floor of the Strozier Library when she heard gunshots at around 12:30 a.m. Soon, people came running up from the first floor and told everyone to hide.
"The police came on the intercom and said that there was a gunman in the lobby, and I think he said two people had been shot," Haywood said. "We all waited then the police came back on and said the gunman was in custody and to stay where we were." Police have not released any further details.
Update: During a press conference early Thursday, a Tallahassee Police Department spokesman said that the suspected gunman was shot and killed by officers after he fired at them. The three shooting victims remain hospitalized, with one listed as being in critical condition, while another is in stable condition. The condition of the third shooting victim has not been released.