Three students have been rushed to hospital following an alleged targeted attack at a university campus in Canada.
Niagara Regional Police responded to calls about 8pm (Canadian time) today of a shooting at a campus at Brock University. They arrived to find three people injured.
Two of the injured were suffering from stab wounds and one person was injured as a result of being shot with what is believed to be a pellet gun.
“All have been transported to a local hospital with what is believed to be non-life threatening injuries,” a Niagara Regional Police spokesperson has said.
“Four suspects were observed fleeing the campus in a car.”
Niagara Regional Police “have a significant presence” – including detectives, uniform officers and K9 – on campus as they investigate the incident.
Brock University is located in the Niagara region and has more than 19,000 students enrolled across seven faculties.
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