North Carolina community college locks down due to ‘active shooter’ near campus

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Southwestern Community College in Sylva, North Carolina, went into “an immediate lockdown” Tuesday morning due to an active shooter situation near the Jackson campus, the school said in an alert.The school advised faculty to secure students in the building, secure work areas and to lock classroom, office and suite doors, in an alert sent just before 10:30 a.m. 
Southwestern Community College alerted that its Jackson Campus in Sylva, North Carolina, was on lockdown after an active shooter situation was reported near campus early Tuesday.
(Google Maps)Doors were not to be unlocked or entry allowed until the administration or law enforcement cleared the situation, according to the school.This is a breaking news story; check back for updates.

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