COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Hospital officials say eight patients they received from the scene of a reported attack at Ohio State University have non-life-threatening injuries.

The university had warned students in a series of tweets earlier Monday that there was an active shooter on campus and that they should run, hide or fight. About an hour and a half later, the university said a shelter-in-place warning had been lifted and the scene was secure.

The fire department had earlier said that seven people had been taken to hospitals.

It wasn't immediately clear if a suspect or suspects in the attack were among the people sent to the hospitals.

A spokesman for the university says injuries in the attack on campus included stab wounds and being struck by a vehicle.

WLNS TV 6 had a timeline and updates here.