Mass Shooting 10:38 AM PT: 13 Killed; Wounded at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon at Trauma Centers

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Umpqua Community College student Kristen Brady tells CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that she tried to warn others of the shooter on campus.

There is no more threat at Umpqua Community, according to an official announcement at about 12:25 p.m. PT. A mass casualty incident initially thought to involve as many as 15 people shot and killed and more than 20 others injured was reported at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College on Thursday, according to Oregon State Police spokesman Bill Fugate. Later in the afternoon 13 people were reported killed.

At least six people were critically injured.

Initially news media reported the Oregon State Police confirmed that 15 people were reported killed in Roseburg, Oregon. A press conference that was initially scheduled for noon Pacific Time did not occur as of 12:45 p.m. PT. The initial press conference only confirmed that there were fatalities and injuries in the mass shooting.

The incident is believed to have started at 10:38 a.m. PT when the first 9-1-1 call for help was received.

“The suspect is down.” David Jaques, a reporter for The Roseburg Beacon, updates CNN’s Brooke Baldwin what he sees from the scene of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Roseburg, Oregon.

The shooter was initially reported to have been detained, but in the first press conference at 12:42 p.m. Douglas County Sheriff spokesman Bill Hanlin reported that the male shooter was killed after he engaged in gunfire with the initial police officers that responded to the scene.

Early in the incident there was a report of an active shooter at the Roseburg college campus.

SWAT teams searched building-to-building as a precaution. The shooting occurred at Snyder Hall — general academic building — and continued at a science building.

Some witnesses reported not hearing any shots fired, and were suspecting some type of noise suppression was used with the gunfire. Other students later reported hearing gunshots.

Six Life Flight helicopters were dispatched to the scene. Life Flight network is based out of Donald, Oregon about 158 miles from Roseburg.

Roseburg, Oregon Pacific Time is two hours behind Chicago’s Central Time Zone.

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