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The suspect in a hostage situation at the University of Alabama has been arrested


Police have arrested a person accused of taking hostages at a credit union on the campus of the University of Alabama, reports FOX News. 

According to the credit union's president, the employees are safe, but the identities of the other hostages remain unclear. 

The motivation behind the incident also remains unclear. 

The University of Alabama tweeted out an advisory for the campus. 

Observers reported no injuries.

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