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UC Berkeley confirms shooting on campus

A man has been has been shot by an officer at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, university police confirm.

Police also say it is an isolated incident and students are not in danger.

UC Berkeley spokesperson Dan Mogulof confirmed that a shooting had taken place in the Haas School of Business on the Cal campus Tuesday afternoon. Reports say the shooting happened inside the third-floor computer lab.

Students and faculty were evacuated from the building.

“The suspect, who was brandishing a weapon, has been taken into custody,” said university spokesman Dan Mogulof.

Several media outlets are reporting that a suspect is in custody.

juliachan@sfexaminer.com

Bay City News contributed to this report.

 

 

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