Police investigate active shooter reports on the campus of the University of Michigan


Posted: 16 Mar 2019 – 17:19 (EDT)

Updated: March 16, 2019 – 7:58 pm (EDT)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WTHR) – The University of Michigan said the campus was clear and that no threat was discovered by the police.

The university sent an alert Saturday afternoon following the announcement of a possible active shooter at Mason Hall on campus.

the alert sent by the university listed safety tips Run Hide Fight:

  • Try to stay calm
  • Wait until a "ALL DELETED" or instructions from an officer resume your normal activities
  • If you're on the spot, turn off your phone, turn off the lights and stay silent
  • If you can safely get out of danger, run
  • If you evacuate, do not use the elevators
  • according to WDIV, it seems that the Bell Tower Hotel is also locked out.

    The Ann Arbor Police Service is investigating the situation.

    Unconfirmed reports of active shooter, agents are in the verification area. Stay away from the Mason Hall area.

    – U-M DPSS (@umichdpss) March 16, 2019

    At 5:32 pm, the Department of Public Safety of the University of Michigan said that there did not seem to be any active threat, but he continues to warn people to stay at the school. 39, location of investigation during investigations.

    UM ALERTS UPDATE It does not appear that the community is an active threat. DPSS continues to investigate. Continue to stay away from the area.

    – U-M DPSS (@umichdpss) March 16, 2019

    There does not appear to be any active threat to New York University at this time. The information that shots were fired on campus is unfounded at the moment. The University of Police Services, DPSS, continues to investigate and asks you to stay away from the area.

    – Sheriff Washtenaw Co (@WSheriff) March 16, 2019

    At 19:53, the university reported that the situation was clear. The police did not find any threat to the campus.

    Update from EA EAlert Ann Arbor: All Clear. The police determined that there was no threat to the community. The buildings are open. Everything is clear. BR /> https://t.co/QLiRcKVFr8

    – UM Public Affairs (@UMPublicAffairs) March 16, 2019