MSU Students and Staff Ordered to Shelter in Place After Reports of Shots Fired on Campus

Michigan State University was thrown into chaos today after shots were fired on the East Lansing campus. According to reports, the shots were heard shortly after 7:30 PM, prompting Michigan State police to order students and staff to shelter in place.

The university issued an alert to all students, informing them of the incident and instructing them to secure in place until further notice.

Multiple injuries have been reported, though the severity of the injuries is not yet known. Campus police are currently searching for the suspect, though no description has been released.

The situation remains ongoing, and Michigan State University has asked that all members of the campus community remain in secure locations until further notice.