UCLA Campus On Lockdown As Police Search For Shooter [LIVE VIDEO]
UPDATE : 2:04PM- KNBC-TV is reporting that the LAPD are saying two people are dead in shootings on the UCLA campus.
The reports are that the two victims were both male. According to a report on KNBC, Los Angeles Police Chief called the incident a "homicide and a suicide" and he believed the situation was contained "and the campus is now safe."
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According to the Associated Press, authorities have responded to a report of a possible shooting at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The AP story reports that Los Angeles police Officer Tony Im says the department's officers are responding to a report of an active shooter Wednesday (June 1).
Numerous officers can be seen on the campus on the west side of the city.
Campus media relations officer Rebecca Kendall says the report came in at 9:55AM Pacific Time and involves Boelter Hall, a science building.
The campus is on lockdown. Kendall told the AP there are two victims but their conditions are unknown.
Kendall says it's not known if the situation remains active.