Cal State San Bernardino campus on lockdown following a non-injury shooting

Cal State San Bernardino campus on lockdown following a non-injury shooting

Classes were canceled after reports of shots fired led to evidence of a shooting on the Cal State University San Bernardino campus Wednesday evening.

Investigation into the shots fired is ongoing.

Authorities confirmed a single shot hit a campus building, and no one was hit in the shooting, this is not an active shooter situation. No shooter has been found, reports CBS Los Angeles.

Officials warned that those on campus should "remain sheltered in place" and "do not attempt to leave campus".

The object, Madden added, could have come from the hillside above the campus. A window at the visual arts building was hit with a round.


The incident was reported shortly before 6 p.m. near the Visual Arts building and the west parking structure.

"Police are making progress in clearing buildings, but please be patient and continue to shelter in place until police clear your building".

"Do not try to leave campus", the school's Tech Support Center said on Twitter.

Local police closed the campus, which has about 20,000 students, and are searching it building by building.

All Wednesday night classes were canceled as San Bernardino and university police investigated the incident.

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