(SAVANNAH, Ga.) — Shots rang out on Savannah State University’s campus Thursday, with one student killed and the university placed on lockdown.
The shooting, which occurred at the SSU Student Union building, was sparked by an altercation, the university said in a statement.
Christopher Starks, a junior from the metro Atlanta area, died in the shooting, the school said. At this point, no arrests have been made.
The campus was put on lockdown following the shooting. The lockdown order was later lifted.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is handling the investigation, with the SSU Police Department assisting, the university said. Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact police.
Friday’s classes will be delayed until 10 a.m. and grief counselors will be made available.
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