Officials say shots have been fired near a dining hall at the Penn State Beaver campus in western Pennsylvania.
KDKA-TV and the Tribune-Review are reporting that two people died in the shooting.
Penn State Beaver issued an alert just before 4 p.m. Wednesday that shots were fired, adding that the situation is contained. It asks students and faculty to avoid the Student Union building and food services area.
01PSU AlertBR: Shots fired near Bistro. Situation is contained. We will remain on lockdown until further notice. Authorities responding.— Penn State Beaver (@PennStateBeaver) December 13, 2017
Another alert a few minutes later says police are on the scene and there is "no threat at this time."
01PSU AlertBR: Incident on campus. Police on scene. No threat at this time. Please avoid Student Union Bldg and Food Services area.— Penn State Beaver (@PennStateBeaver) December 13, 2017
They say the campus will be closed until further notice.
01PSU AlertBR: Campus has been closed for until further notice.— Penn State Beaver (@PennStateBeaver) December 13, 2017
No other details were immediately available.