State leaders react to shooting on Morgan State campus
(Baltimore, MD) -- Five people are injured after a shooting during Homecoming Week at Morgan State University.
According to officials, University police heard gunfire around 9:30 Tuesday night and found four men and one woman with non-life-threatening injuries
Congressman Kweisi Mfume issued the following statement:
My full statement regarding gun violence at Morgan State University last night is below.— Kweisi Mfume (@RepKweisiMfume) October 4, 2023
"Because of the cowardly acts of potentially multiple individuals with guns, the lives of innocent young people at Morgan State were gravely put at risk. It sickens all of us that no place… pic.twitter.com/TkbW8Xx5wm
Senator Ben Cardin posted on X, "It's homecoming week, and five people at @MorganStateUare now recovering mentally and physically. I am so thankful that no one was critically injured, but this is unacceptable".
Maryland Governor Wes Moore also responded to the mass shooting:
We are grateful for the heroic efforts of the first responders who rushed to the scene and are actively working to ensure safety.— Governor Wes Moore (@GovWesMoore) October 4, 2023