(SOURCE) The Wayne Community College campus in Goldsboro, N.C., is under lockdown after a report of a shooting in the school library.
Mulitiple media outlets were reporting that one person was fatally shot.
WNCN-TV, citing Goldsboro authorities, said one person had been shot and police were involved in an “active shooter” situation. No suspect was in custody, WNCN said.
“This is not a drill. The entire campus is under lockdown,” a large warning states on the school website.
The News-Argus website, citing Goldsboro City Manager Scott Stevens, also said one person was fatally shot. “The identity of the victim — and the status of the search for a suspect — have not yet been confirmed,” the website said.
Fire Marshall Brian Taylor told NBC News that multiple law enforcement departments had responded to the scene and a manhunt was underway for the shooter.
Earlier, Goldsboro police said there was a report of a shooting at the campus library and officers are looking for a suspect. College President Kay Albertson told the News-Argus that school personnel were evacuated and “we’ve been told to pull back.”