Mass shooting on Michigan State University’s campus


A mass shooting occurred on Monday evening inside inside Berkey Hall, an academic hall on Michigan State University’s campus. The suspect, who is at large, was described as a short Black male wearing black pants, a blue jacket, and red shoes. MSU Police and Public Safety has released a photo of the suspect.


He was last seen leaving the north side of the union building. Michigan State police confirmed 3 dead. A line of 10 ambulances was waiting outside the Broad Art Museum. At least five people were wounded and some of them have life-threatening wounds. They where transported to Sparrow Hospital. Another shooting took place at the student Union, where additional people were shot. A large manhunt, with hudreds officers participating, is ongoing. The school sent out a shelter-in-place order. Several campus buildings had been cleared and secured by police as officers Classes, including athletics, were canceled for the next two days. The FBI, ATF, Michigan State Police, and other agencies were assisting. Even temporary flight restrictions over MSU’s campus through Wednesday were imposed by the FAA. The university has an enrollment of more than 50,000 students.