Witnesses at Ohio State: Attacker drove into crowd and then started stabbing people

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COLUMBUS, Ohio Chaos this morning on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus after witnesses say an attacker drove a car into a crowd of people and then started stabbing others. The suspect in the Ohio State University attack ran into a group of pedestrians on a street corner with his vehicle before using a weapon to cut several people, OSU President Dr. Michael Drake said. The assailant used a butcher knife, OSU Police Chief Craig Stone said. Ten patients were transported from the scene of the attack Monday at Ohio State University, Columbus Fire spokeswoman Rebecca Diehm said. Nine are in stable condition, and one is in critical condition, she said. Ohio State University issued a statement on the campus attack Monday morning. "A suspect has been shot and reported deceased," the statement reads. "Victim injuries include stab wounds, injury by motor vehicle and other injuries that are being evaluated." Three local hospitals reported a total of eight people suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the attack.

The attack had originally been reported as an active shooter situation but the school now says no one was shot. This is a developing story, please check back for details.