3 people are dead and 5 others injured after a shooting at multiple locations on Michigan State University’s East Lansing campus Monday night. The police said that a suspect has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
MSU Police and the Public Safety said during a press briefing: The suspect has been located off campus. It appears he has died from the self inflicted gunshot wound. There is no longer threat to the campus and the shelter in place has been lifted. There are three confirmed fatalities. This is in addition to five victims who have been transported to the hospital. All 5 victims at Sparrow Hospital are in critical condition. The suspect is a 43 years old male and is not affiliated in any way with the MSU.
There is another reported shooting at IM East. Police are responding. There are multiple reported injuries. Media staging area is currently being determined.
MSU Police and the Public Safety also added: There have been shots fired near Berkey Hall on the East Lansing campus. Please secure-in-place immediately. Police are active on scene.
All the victims have been transported to a hospital, and some have life-threatening injuries,.
Sparrow Hospital Communications Director John Foren confirmed that the hospital received 5 patients from shooting. Foren said they are not expecting any more patients.
All campus activities at the MSU in the next 48 hours are canceled including classes, athletics, and all campus-related activities.
MSU ALERT: There have been shots fired near Berkey Hall on the East Lansing campus. Please secure-in-place immediately. Police are active on scene. More information to follow. pic.twitter.com/xa4KlwXJWN
— MSU Police and Public Safety (@msupolice) February 14, 2023