Winston-Salem Police are responding to reports of shooting at the Strickland at Forsyth Technical Community College Center on Thursday morning.
The shooting was reported at 10:10 a.m., and officers are on the scene assisting. Later, the department confirmed that there is no active shooter on the Forsyth Tech campus, WFDD reports. There is still an active investigation on campus, but no other schools in the area are in danger.
Two armed men are at large, said the text alert from the school, and a shelter-in-place order has been issued on campus.
The incident has caused Miller Street to be closed at the Silas Creek Parkway intersection, according to the City of Winston-Salem.
In a statement, Winston-Salem Police Department said: ‘At 10:10 a.m. WSPD received a report of a shooting on the main campus of Forsyth Tech Community College.
‘Our officers are on scene and assisting. Information will be provided as it becomes available.
‘We can confirm there is no active shooter on the campus of Forsyth Tech. There is still an active investigation on the campus.
‘There are no other threats to any other schools in the area. Anyone with info about this event should call 911 or WSPD non-emergency at 336-773-7700.’