Transcript for School Shooting at FSU Library; 3 Injured; Shooter Killed
university filled with students cramming for exams. This chilling video from the moment of crises, students huddled there. Look at this image tonight, a book riddled with bullets. Ryan Owens now. Reporter: 12:25 A.M., hundreds of frightened students huddle in the halls and from the library speakers this chilling announcement. There has been a shooting in the library. Stay where you are. Reporter: A lone gunman enters the library and opens fire. I heard a man yell, there's a gun in the library, I've been shot. I didn't know where the voice was coming from until I looked around the desk and saw the victim holding his leg bleeding on the ground. Reporter: As the shooter stops to reload, police are on the way. Gunshot victim -- Reporter: Terrified students hiding, barricading themselves in rooms and behind desks. It was panic mode. We were crammed in bookcases and crying, calling parents. Reporter: Then, another announcement. If anybody has been shot, call 911 on your cell phone. Reporter: At 12:27, a mere two minutes after the shooting began, the gunman flees the library and is shot and killed by police. In all, two students and a staff member are hit. Jason derfuss was nearly one of them. Look at the holes in the books in his backpack. He didn't even know he had been shot at until he found this bullet. Tonight police have identified the shooter was 31-year-old Myron may, a Florida state graduate. They say he thought the government was following him. Mr. May had a written journal and videos where he expressed fears of being targeted and he wanted to bring attention to this issue of targeting. Mr. May was in a state of crises. Reporter: Tonight two of the three people shot here remain in the hospital. One is in critical condition. Meanwhile, police are still not sure what drove an alumni of this school to return to campus this time with a gun. David?
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