Shooting at Hampton University in US injures three

April 26, 2009 15:46


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A spokeswoman for Hampton University in Virginia said shots were fired in a dormitory on Sunday and three people were taken to a hospital with injuries. Police do not yet have a motive for the shooter but believe the shooter is a former student, spokeswoman Yuri Rodgers Milligan said. Milligan said the shooter was among the three people hospitalized early Sunday along with a night manager for the Harkness Hall dorm. The school remained on lockdown while police investigate.

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