Two people were reported shot at a business school in St Louis, according to Fox 2.
A gunman reportedly fired multiple shots at the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts in the city’s downtown area.
According to some reports, police believe one of the victims is the suspected gunman, who they say has a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. Police say the shooter is in custody.
The shooter is believed to be a student at the school. Fox 2 reports the gunman went into the building and shot at one of the school’s financial advisers before turning the gun on himself.
Police and ambulances are at the scene. Two victims were transported to St. Louis University hospital. Authorities are reportedly clearing each floor of the building.
The Stevens Institute of Business and Arts was previously known as Patricia Stevens College. There are about 200 students currently enrolled at the school.
Source: Fox News