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BREAKING: 10 Injured in Car-Machete Attack at Ohio State University

source: superstation95.com

MUSLIM TERROR ATTACK: 20 Year Old Somali Refugee Attacker Shot Dead by Cop

Ten people were taken to hospitals and one Muslim fanatic suspect was dead after a chaotic car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University on Monday morning, officials said.

The incident was initially reported as an “active shooter” situation, but the suspect did not shoot anyone. Instead, he crashed a car into a crowd and attacked victims with a knife, witnesses and law enforcement officials told SuperStation95.

A student at the University tells SuperStation95 a different version.  He says

Someone purposely pulled the fire alarm to get people outside the Materials Science and Engineering Building. As students were standing outside after the fire alarm went off, a 20 year old Somali Muslim refugee student Abdul Razak Ali Artan, from OSU ran a vehicle into the crowd outside the. Moments later, that person sprang from the vehicle and started attacking people with a large knife. The police were called. A campus cop showed up, emptied his clip killing the Muslim and ALSO SHOT A STUDENT. The cop gets on the radio and says ‘shots fired’ – suddenly its a ‘mass shooting’.

After that, queue the overwrought “active shooter” melodrama.

A police officer was on the scene within a minute and shot the suspect dead. A campus lockdown was lifted about 11:30 a.m. with the university reporting that the “scene is now secure.”  The photo below is the Dead Attacker:

Witnesses described a chaotic scene as the attack unfolded just before 10 a.m.

“This car just swerved and ran into a whole group of people,” said Nicole Kreinbrink, who was walking down the street when she saw the car hitpeople who had evacuated an academic building during a fire alarm.

“All these people were running and screaming and yelling,” she added.

Active shooter situation on Ohio State University campus. WCMH

Jacob Bowers, an OSU sophomore, was sitting on a bench about 100 feet away when he noticed people running.

“Then I heard someone yell, ‘He’s got a knife.’ And I saw a guy with a big-ass knife just chasing people around. When I saw that, I grabbed all my stuff and started running,” Bowers said.

Bowers said he looked back to see a police officer on the scene. The officer yelled to the suspect, “Drop it a and get down or I’ll shoot,” and then fired on the suspect, Bowers said.

“The man was going insane,” he said.

Another student told NBC News he heard gunfire from his dorm room.

“I heard gunshots from my dorm, probably six or seven,” said Stephen Yunker, 18, a freshman who lives two blocks from Watts Hall, where the incident occurred.

He said he and his roommate looked at each other, heard sirens about five seconds later, and then looked out the window.

“We saw fire trucks, couple of cars, and a body laying on the ground,” he said.

he Columbus Fire Department said it transported 10 people to hospitals; nine were in stable condition and one was in critical condition.

The campus, where 60,000 students are enrolled, was put on lockdown for 90 minutes after the university first reported an “active shooter.”

“Run Hide Fight,” the university’s emergency management office tweeted. “Continue to shelter in place.”

Students reported hunkering down in classrooms with shades drawn.

Lisa Goldstein, 26, was in her Geographical Information Systems class in Stillman Hall when a text alert hit everyone’s phones. The students blocked the door with their book bags and monitored social media and live streams for updates.

“It’s a little overwhelming and scary. It’s not something you think would happen on our campus,” she told NBC News. “Very concerned about the people who were hurt because we don’t know what happened yet.”

Heavily armed police, ambulances and SWAT vehicles could be seen on the Columbus campus. The FBI, Ohio State police and Columbus police were assisting university police.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich tweeted that the state’s “thoughts and prayers go out to the Ohio State community. Be safe, listen to first responders.”

 


 

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