5 People Wounded After Gunfire Erupts at Party Near College Campus: Cops

University officials told students to stay indoors after shots were fired.

Five people were hurt when gunshots were fired into a crowded party near Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, authorities said.

Shots rang out just before 2 a.m. Sunday at the Campus Village Apartments, where as many as 1,000 revelers were packed into a courtyard between two buildings, according to Saginaw County Sheriff’s deputies.

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None of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries, authorities said. All were treated and released from a local hospital.

The apartments are located across the road from campus, WSGW-TV reported.

College officials warned students of the shooting and advised them to stay indoors. At least 16 shots were fired, according to deputies.

The school also established a hotline for students and parents.

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Deputies are searching for two men believed to be the shooters.

None of the victims have been identified as students, according to the university.

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