BREAKING: UCLA on lockdown after shooting on campus
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The UCLA campus has been put on lockdown after reports of a shooter in the university's Boelter Hall were released via social media.
Police reported a shooting on the UCLA campus, issuing a tweet to say that the school's Westwood campus was on lockdown following a possible shooting at the campus' Boelter Hall.
The hall is where the school's planetarium is located.
It is unknown if anyone has been injured or if a suspect has been apprehended or at large.
We will provide coverage of this incident as the story develops.
UPDATE 10:50 AM PDT
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - The UCLA Newsroom released a tweet Wednesday morning at roughly 10 a.m. reading, "Police investigating possible shooter at UCLA's Boelter Hall. Observe campus wide lockdown."
Nearly fifteen minutes later, they tweeted, "Police investigating possible shooter at UCLA. Campus on lockdown.
UCLA Bruin Alert, the school's mass notification and advisory system, released a tweet to specify "Police Activity vic Engineering Building 4. Avoid area until further notice."
It updated to tell students to move to a secure location and follow lockdown procedures immediately.
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