Shooting reported at university in Louisiana leaving two injured
Southeastern Louisiana University said there was no current threat to campus
Two people were injured after gunshots were fired early Friday on a college campus in Louisiana, school officials said.
Southeastern Louisiana University spokeswoman Erin Cowser said the incident happened at 3am local time on Friday near an assembly hall where basketball games and other sports events are held.
Ms Cowser said the shooting apparently stemmed from a fight or altercation involving students and people who aren't enrolled in the school.
She said the incident hasn't forced any closures or cancellations on Friday, a day when the school doesn't have a full schedule of classes.
"The incident is over and done," she said.
It was unclear whether the two people injured were students. They were taken to a local hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening.
Ms Cowser says no suspects are in custody. Police are investigating.
The school is located in Hammond, about 56 miles northwest of New Orleans.
Updated: February 23, 2018 07:08 PM