University of Oklahoma Shooting: OU Twitter Account Urges Students To Seek Shelter After Shots Fired In Norman

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This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.

UPDATE 1:39 p.m. EST: The University of Oklahoma is now saying that there is no evidence that shots were fired on campus. The school said "normal campus operations" have continued except for Gould Hall, where authorities continue to search for evidence of a gunman or a shooting.

UPDATE 12:52 p.m. EST: According to breaking news Twitter account @PzFeed, two shots were fired during the shooting at the University of Oklahoma. Police are evacuating the campus and telling students to stay indoors and avoid windows. 

Original story:

A shooting was reported Wednesday at the University of Oklahoma, the school's Twitter account posted:

 
The University of Oklahoma is located in Norman. 
 
Oklahoma City television station KWTV reported that police received a call of shots fired around 11:17 a.m. Central Time. Students at OU received notification about the incident about 13 minutes later. It's still unclear whether there are any victims in the shooting; a gunman also has not been apprehended.

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