Media outlets & Ohio State reported an active shooter on campus, but it turns out the suspect mainly used a knife and a car. NBC has released the name of the attacker:

Those transported to the hospital had stab wounds:

Ohio State Police Chief Craig Stone said the attacker purposely drove over a curb and into pedestrians.

“This was done on purpose,” he said.

Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs said police were looking into whether it was a terrorist attack.

One official said the man “was a ‘legal permanent resident.'”

*UPDATE 1:02PM*

Ohio State University president, officers, and medical personnel have spoken to the media:

*UPDATE 12:00PM*

Law enforcement say that the suspect mainly used a knife and car.

*UPDATE 11:37AM*

Ohio State has lifted the shelter in place order, but classes remain canceled.

*UPDATE 11:20AM*

Now outlets have reported that officers have killed the shooter.

Authorities have not released much information and as we all know, most initial reports are wrong.

But CNN has reported a few witness accounts at the school:

OSU senior Anthony Falzarano, 22, said he was in class at the time of the shooting.

“We heard a lot of sirens. I was in class and everyone got a text message at the same time for the emergency alert,” he told CNN. “Someone said they heard popping right before we got the alert, but I didn’t hear it. We are in a shelter-in-place right now in the building next door. ”

Sophomore Wyatt Crosher said he heard gunfire that he believes came from a class building across the street.

“My roommate and I heard about three or four gunshots from across the street, and soon after we heard a bunch of police and ambulances pull up across the street,” the 19-year-old said.
“We can’t see the building where the shooting happened because of a dorm blocking our view. It truly sounded like gunshots, and really soon after we heard a bunch of sirens. We can see the police cars from our dorm.”

The FBI and SWAT teams have arrived on the scene:

A law enforcement officials tells Fox News that the FBI Columbus Field Office SWAT team has been activated, and is deploying to the campus to assist local authorities with the reported active shooting.

The ATF Columbus Field Division agents are also responding to the scene, the agency tweeted.

We will update as more information becomes available.