Entire UCLA Campus Locked Down After 2 People Shot Dead

The entire UCLA campus went into lockdown Wednesday as reports of a shooting at an engineering building emerged.

The entire UCLA campus was locked down Wednesday after reports of a shooting at a school building emerged.

Two adult male victims were soon confirmed dead and police later said the deaths were the result of a murder-suicide.

Cops now checking door to door. Making sure doors are locked? #UCLA #UCLAshooting pic.twitter.com/UALKHGTe6k

June 1, 2016

A university-wide campus alert system first warned parents and students of the possible danger via Twitter just before 10 a.m. local time.

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According to the alert, the shooting occurred at an engineering facility.

BruinAlert: Shooting at Engineering 4. Go to secure location and deny entry (lockdown) now!

June 1, 2016

"Shooting at Engineering 4. Go to secure location and deny entry (lockdown) now!" the tweet read, before the alert system went silent.

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Less than an hour later, CNN reported two victims but no suspect was immediately identified.

Using my belt to lock the door down. #UCLA #activeshooter pic.twitter.com/XIxm0uWIe3

June 1, 2016

As the public held its collective breath, students and staff used social media from inside campus buildings to show their response to the lockdown.

In one photo, a student was seen using a belt on a door hinge to block anyone from entering. Another showed a door barricaded with printers.

The doors open outward and we can't lock them so we are barricading things in front of the door #Ucla #activeshooter pic.twitter.com/KwA3VjqVHh

June 1, 2016

Aerial footage showed a flurry of activity, including heavily armed SWAT team members flooding the 420-acre campus and patrol cars keeping a perimeter on city streets.

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