'No evidence of shooting' at university

Last updated 07:54 23/01/2014

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University of Oklahoma officials say authorities have found no evidence of shots being fired on campus and no injuries have been reported.

The school had posted a notice on its website earlier Wednesday (this morning, NZT) saying there had been reports of a shooting and that people should avoid Gould Hall, which is near the center of campus.

University spokeswoman Catherine Bishop says in a statement that normal campus operations have since resumed except for Gould Hall, where additional checking is continuing Wednesday. She says no evidence has been found of any shots being fired.

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