Transcript for Authorities Search Home of Suspected Ohio State Attacker
We move on to that rampage at Ohio state university where a so mol lay-american student was shot down by a quick acting police officer. ABC's Alex Perez has the latest of the. Reporter: Good morning, George. Authorities are crediting that quick thinking university police officer with saving lives and investigators are now hunting for any evidence that could help explain why the suspect did this. Overnight investigators searching the home of an 18-year-old Ohio state university student who police say carried out the violent attack that injured 11 people at Ohio state university. According to the school newspaper this is the suspect's photo. Identified as 18-year-old Abdul razak Ali artan. The rampage starting early Monday morning unleashing chaos and fear. The university texting students to run, hide and fight. It was just before 10:00 A.M. When authorities say a male suspect in a car deliberately jumps a curb and plows into pedestrians. This is osu. We have a streak that struck several pedestrians. Reporter: The driver then exits the car with a butcher knife in hand and starts slashing people near the engineering building Watts hall. We got a man with a knife running around cutting people. Reporter: Meanwhile, students learning about the news on social media took action. Some locking themselves in classrooms, piling chairs to barricade the door. Once we barricaded the door everyone sat in the corner trying to stay away from the windows. It was terrifying at first. You don't think it's going to happen to you and you know you get really scared when it does. Reporter: One minute after the stabbings began campus police officer Alan horujko arrives. Officials say when artan refused commands the officer shot and killed him. Yeah, I need medics at the macquigg lab as soon as possible. Reporter: They raced in to treat the wounded and Jacob bowers who was across the street watched in shock as the attack unfolded. It looked like he was trying to hurt as many as he could. Reporter: In all 11 people were injured. The good news here this morning is that authorities say none of those injuries are life-threatening. Amy. That is certainly good news, Alex, thank you very much.
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