University of Oklahoma Active Shooter Alert Appears to be a Hoax

University of Oklahoma Active Shooter Alert Appears to be a Hoax

University of Oklahoma Active Shooter Alert Appears to Have Been a Hoax

The University of Oklahoma’s active shooter alert, which caused widespread panic and fear on campus, seems to have been a hoax. After a thorough investigation by the authorities, no injuries or shootings have been reported.

The alert was issued after a 911 call was made claiming that an active shooter was on campus. The police responded quickly, and the campus was placed on lockdown. However, after conducting a thorough search of the campus and interviewing witnesses, the police were unable to find any evidence of a shooting or an active shooter.

The university has issued a statement apologizing for any distress caused by the false alarm and thanking the authorities for their swift response. They have also urged students, staff, and faculty to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to the authorities immediately.

No Injuries or Shootings Reported, Campus Resumes Normal Activities

In the wake of this incident, it is important to remember that hoaxes like this can have serious consequences. False alarms not only cause unnecessary panic and fear, but they also divert valuable resources away from real emergencies. We must all take campus safety seriously and work together to ensure that our campuses remain safe and secure.

If you have any information about this incident or any other potential threats to campus safety, please contact the authorities immediately. Stay safe, stay vigilant, and take care of one another.

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Editor: Leon D. Crane

Editor: Leon D. Crane

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