DES MOINES, Washington (KTVU) - Authorities have not found any evidence of a shooter or victims during a lockdown at a community college in Washington State.
The Highline College campus is located in Des Moines, Washington, 15 miles south of Seattle, was put on lockdown after reports of gunfire.
Highline College posted on its Facebook page, "The emergency condition is over and law enforcement have given the all clear. The campus is closed for the remainder of the day, February 16. Please obey instructions from traffic officers and we appreciate patience as people are leaving the campus. Parents can still re-unify with students at Lowes parking lot at 24050 Pacific Highway."
At this time search of buildings still in progress. No evidence of shooter or victims yet.— Puget Sound Fire (@PugetSoundFire) February 16, 2018
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