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Ut Campus

September 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Ut Campus 

Ut Campus, The Austin Statesman is reporting an “active shooting situation” on the campus of the University of Texas. A spokeswoman said that an “armed suspect” in the Perry-Casta?eda Library (pictured) has skyrocketed. No information on other victims yet. Updates below.

An employee who works down the street said that the warning sirens went around 8:40 am this morning. “The building has been blocked and can not believe you’re letting anyone inside or outside,” he says. The officials allegedly sent a text message around the campus this morning to tell people to stay inside and lock doors. ”

Update 2: Police spokeswoman Rhonda Wheldon AP says “no one [adem?s the gunman] was reported injured.”

Also: Local news in Texas says that a second suspect. And now the university police say they are seeking a second suspect.

Update 3: One of the suspects shot and killed himself with an AK-47 on the sixth floor of the library, according to a spokesman for the UT. “We have no reports of anyone shooting at this point,” he says. Police are still seeking the second suspect. Witnesses report hearing about ten shots.

Noted: a coalition of conservatives and liberals on the UT campus tonight “will be hosted by John Lott, the famous defender of gun rights and author of” More Guns, Less Crime “book.”

Until noon, the campus has been closed and police are still looking for a possible second suspect, the police chief said that “we have a report of a second suspect wearing a hat with a long rifle, dressed in jeans and a top black you’re looking for that may or may not be a white man. ”

Here’s a video of a small army of SWAT team members walking around the UT campus. Creepy.

Kvue

September 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Kvue 

Kvue, Unfortunately it seems that history itself has maintained throughout the Austin campus of the University of Texas.

KVUE, KXAN, and alternative news agency internal reports of the president only entered the campus living room expulsion shots senseless before shooting himself followed in his death.

Because the descriptions of reality are quite deceptive, and probability that the second gunman entered the campus block mode.

In 1966, an individual entered the banishment of the construction of pointless time footage that followed in fourteen deaths before he was shot by police.

Because of misleading descriptions and a series of shots, the military is not yet ruled out the likelihood that the second shooter.

Kxan

September 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Kxan 

Kxan, The main campus in Austin, is the second most populous campus in the U.S. This is one of the University of Texas at El Paso HomeThe Official Site of the University of Texas at El Paso. Located in El Paso, Texas, UTEP is the country’s leading engineering and research institute for the Hispanic population., AThe Texas search for second suspect in the incident Tuesday morning at the University of Texas continues, as vehicles armored vehicles and helicopters surround the scene on campus. Oscar Trevino said his daughter, Martina, is an employee of the University of Texas and went to work when he saw the gunman behind her as he fired.

Texas Stadium, all the way until the birth of the Cowboys in 1960. “I became interested when I used to go to the Cotton Bowl,” he said. Zone could buy tickets for a dollar. They have come a long way, right? “When the news of a new home field for the Cowboys always filtered, Burns’s husband was ready to attack.” My husband bought bonds when stadiumThe was built Pflugerville Independent School District expects to run a campaign presence than parents and students twice before the season is not in school as a “viewer’s” two important takeaways. Students who are in school regularly tend to have better grades than those that accumulate a lot of absences.

The Pflugerville Independent School District expects to run a campaign over the presence of parents and students twice before the season is not in the school as a “spectator – who has” two major takeaways. Students who are in school regularly tend to have better grades than those that accumulate a lot of absences.

Texas Shooting

September 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Texas Shooting 

Texas Shooting, There has been a shooting today at the University of Texas at Austin that involved a gunman wearing a ski mask and carrying a rifle, which fired several shots before shooting himself, leading to his death, according to officials college.

It seems however that there may be another suspect in arms and so the campus is on lock. A campus email was sent by UT President Bill Powers, who said: “The armed suspect is dead. There were no other injuries were reported, according to Russell Goldman on ABC News. In all my time on campus was starting at 8:00 am, a text alert and email was sent to students warning them that an armed suspect was on campus last seen in the Perry Castaneda Library, and ask students to remain where they were.

A high school, Miriam Smith said the area around the library was put into immediate lock, while other classes are dismissed and further said: “I had a 8:00 a.m. this morning class and a student check Twitter and said there a shooter on campus. “SWAT vehicles and agents are armed with automatic weapons on the premises in search of a second gunman and near the library is closed with police tape.

An email alert was sent later said, “If you’re out of school, stay away. If you are on campus, the doors, not leaving the building.” For more information on this, go to abcnews.go.com. Are you a student at the University of Texas and has witnessed any of this incident? Would be interested to hear from you so please send your comments and hope the situation ends with no more damage.

Ut Gunman

September 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Ut Gunman 

Ut Gunman, A man wearing a ski mask opened fire with an AK-47 in a University of Texas, the library last week, then fatally shot, police said.

Police ended their search for a possible second suspect in the early afternoon, saying authorities believed that the gunman was a student in college and had acted alone. No other injuries were reported.

The campus of nearly 50,000 students – of which the clock tower was the site of one of the disturbances of the nation’s deadliest shooting four decades ago – has been the blockade, while officers with bomb-sniffing dogs conducted a manhunt building by building.

Campus police spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said a man fired an automatic weapon on the sixth floor of the Perry-Casta?eda Library, then committed suicide. Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said the weapon was an AK-47.

Acevedo said police were investigating what he described as a crime scene seconds out of the library, which also fired shots.

Campus Police Chief Robert Dahlstrom said officials later ruled out a second shooter, which explains the initial confusion arose because the gunman was shot in several locations. He said the suspect was wearing dark clothing and a ski mask.

Randall Wilhite, associate professor of law at the university, said he was heading to class when he saw that “students begin fighting behind bins, trees and monuments”, then a young man carrying an assault rifle, running down the street.

“He was running right in front of me … and shot what I thought were three more shots … not me at. In my address, but not me, clearly not me,” Wilhite said.

The professor said the attacker was able to shoot several students and Wilhite, but did not.

The university canceled classes for the day as police officers patrolling the campus with the dogs in search of suspects and explosives. Police officers and the university locked the campus for several hours and later issued an all clear.

The university sent a notice on its website for emergency information stressing that the school remained closed and the area around the Perry-Casta?eda Library was still an active crime scene.

Jennifer Scalora works on revenue of about 100 yards from the library. She said the campus – one of the largest in the country – was quiet and empty except for police, SWAT teams and helicopters.

“The students did their part, cleaned the streets, cleared the ground in a very fast,” said Acevedo.

Tuesday’s shooting was not the first in school.

On August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman climbed to the observation deck of the 28th floor in the UT clock tower in the center of campus and started shooting at people below. Killed 16 people and injured dozens nearly three before police killed him about 90 minutes after the siege began.

Perry-Casta?eda Library is one of several in the university and is one of the most popular undergraduate libraries.

Student Joshua Barajas, 23, said he usually is in the library in the morning, but was delayed on Tuesday when he made a rare pit stop for coffee.

“These decisions mundane little could save your life If I had not stopped for coffee -. And never stop because it’s coffee and 4 – that could have been in that building,” said Barajas. “It’s creepy. I can not even think about it.”

Associated Press writers April Castro and Jim Vertuno Austin, Ramit Plushnick-Masti in Houston and Diana Heidgerd in Dallas contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

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