Las Vegas, Nevada – A tragic shooting unfolded at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) on Wednesday morning, leaving at least three victims dead.
Initial Reports and Press Conference:
At 11:45 a.m., shots rang out on the UNLV campus, prompting a swift response from law enforcement. A brief press conference was held at 1:30 p.m., offering limited information but confirming the death of the suspected shooter and the absence of any further threat to the community.
Details So Far:
- Number of Victims: At least three fatalities have been confirmed.
- Shooting Location: The initial shots were fired at Beam Hall, the Frank and Estella Building, home to UNLV’s Lee Business School.
- Additional Report: Authorities responded to a secondary report of gunfire at the nearby student union, though the connection to the main incident remains unclear.
- Suspect Status: The suspected shooter is deceased.
- Further Information: Law enforcement has not provided additional details on the identities of the victims, the motive for the shooting, or the circumstances surrounding the suspect’s death.
UNLV immediately issued a campus-wide alert advising students and staff to shelter in place. The university is currently cooperating with law enforcement in the ongoing investigation.
Investigation and Updates:
The investigation into the shooting is in its early stages. Further details are expected to be released as the investigation progresses.
- A shooting occurred at UNLV on Wednesday morning, resulting in at least three deaths.
- The suspected shooter is deceased.
- Law enforcement is still investigating the incident.
- The university is cooperating with authorities.
- Further updates will be provided as information becomes available.
This is a developing story. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available.
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