Three hurt in Hampton University shooting
A shooting at a Hampton University dorm left three people hospitalized, CBS News reported.
The shooter is believed by police to be a former student and one of the three injured, police spokeswoman Yuri Rodgers Milligan said Sunday.
The two other victims were an unidentified man who was not a student and a night manager for the Harkness Hall dorm.
WAVY-TV reported that the shooter was an 18-year-old and the other two victims were a 62-year-old man and a 43-year-old man. One of the men is a pizza delivery driver.
All three of the shooting victims are alive however their conditions are unknown, Milligan said. The motive of the shooter is not known by officials.
Students and staff at the University were notified about the shooting through both e-mail and text messaging. The school is still on lockdown Sunday while police investigate.
Hampton University is a private school of about 5,700 students located in southeastern Virginia.