Australian National University stabbing horror: At least three people injured
- Police called to ANU on Monday afternoon
- Fellows Oval near library has been cordoned off
Two people have allegedly been stabbed and another assaulted at the Australian National University in Canberra.
Police were called to the university following reports of a stabbing just before 3pm on Monday.
One person is in custody, while two were taken to hospital with stab wounds, and a third was allegedly assaulted
ANU has warned students to ‘stay away’ from Fellows Oval which is near the Chifley Library.
‘There has been an incident on campus. Police are at the scene and have the situation under control, with an individual in custody,’ the university tweeted.
ACT Police have said they are not looking for anyone else in relation to the incident.
Students received a message via the university’s security app.
‘Police are at the scene and an individual is in custody,’ the alert said.
‘Please stay away from Fellows Oval … there is no threat to the community.’
One woman was seen being wheeled away on a stretcher by paramedics near the library.
Witnesses are urged to visit the City Police Station or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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