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The University of Texas at Austin was part of a block last week after a suspected gunman wielding an AK-47 shots and then turned the gun on himself in a campus library.The attacker died, said Robert Dahlström, chief of staff of the Austin Police Department. No one else was injured.Police searching for a possible second suspect and control of campus buildings in search of possible explosives left behind, said Austin Police Chief Art University Acevedo.The closed mid-morning and all classes were canceled the day that teams law enforcement descended on the campus.
An ambulance was seen just before 9 am in front of the Perry-Castañeda Library, reported CNN affiliate KXAN. SWAT teams, armored vehicles and helicopters around the campus.The identity of the suspect or suspects or motives were known immediately. "Suspect in PCL library shooter is dead," said an alert posted on the University of emergency in place at 10.30 pm "The police are looking for a second suspect. If you are out of school, stay away. If the gates of the campus, do not leave the building. All classes organized for today, 28 September have been canceled. "
University of Texas, Professor William Randall heard gunshots on his way to class and saw students struggling for safety. She said she saw a man in a dark suit and a ski mask pulled his face in the direction of the library shortly after 8 amWilhite said the man had what appeared to be an assault rifle and fired at random.