UNLV staffer, daughter escape injury in campus shooting

Published Thursday, July 13, 2017|10:31 a.m.

Upgraded 28 minutes ago

A UNLV staff member and her daughter left injury today when a car followed them onto campus and opened fire on their car, inning accordance with university authorities.

The female stated she didn’t understand the guy owning the car and thought the occurrence may have been the outcome of road rage, police stated.

The female informed private investigators the parking area next to her pickup truck in a parking lot before the driver supported and started shooting, police said. A minimum of three rounds struck the windshield and passenger side of the truck, authorities said.

Neither the woman nor her 11-year-old daughter were harmed, police said.

The chauffeur who fired the shots got away, authorities stated.

After the shooting, trainees and faculty were cautioned to lock doors and remain inside. But the campus is now protected and open, authorities stated.

“No more occurrences reported,” UNLV Authorities said.

UNLV and Metro Cops are examining. Individuals are recommended to prevent the location, which is just north of the Thomas & & Mack Center.

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