Virginia Tech Where 33 People Died


Virginia Tech, the site of a shooting that killed 33 people en masse in 2007 who report that someone with a weapon would be on campus and invite the community to stay indoors. Initial research comes from the vacuum.

Campus of Virginia Tech where 33 people died in a shootout in 2007, was on Thursday morning after locking a report by school officials that a gunman had been spotted.

Posted in the warning on its website, the university said the person, what can be a weapon had been seen near the Dietrick Hall on the campus in Blacksburg, Va.

"Stay inside. Secure the doors," called to warn the campus community.

"People on campus to stay indoors until further notice", the University of order.

Officers dispatched to the scene, but no gunman was found, according to official Reporters college. Lock remained in force as a precaution, Larry Hincker, associate vice president for University Relations, said in a press conference on television.

At least five agents of law enforcement, including the Virginia State Police, patrolling the campus, according to the University of alert.

"It helps with the search for Virginia Tech," said Lt. Steve Taylor, a spokeswoman for the Blacksburg Police Department. "At this point, they were unable to confirm that no weapons on campus."

According to the college about 9:09 three minors involved in a camp at the University reported seeing a man with what may be a gun covered by a cloth.

"The suspect was identified as a male, about 6 feet, with light brown hair. He wore a blue shirt and white stripes (stripes were vertical), gray shorts and brown sandals. The subject had no beard or glasses, "according to the University

On April 16, 2007 was the scene of a single campus mass shooting, which galvanized the nation. It remains the deadliest shooting by a lone gunman in American history.

Seung-Hui Cho, the English major in school, has killed 32 people and injuring 25 others before committing suicide.