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Gun fired inside Columbia University building during protest clearance

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In a startling turn of events during a protest clearance at Columbia University earlier this week, a police officer discharged their weapon inside an administration building, confirmed by a spokesperson from District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office on Thursday. Fortunately, no injuries were reported in the incident, which occurred with other officers present but no students nearby.

According to Doug Cohen, spokesperson for the district attorney, the circumstances surrounding the gun discharge are now under careful scrutiny by Bragg’s office. Cohen, however, refrained from offering further specifics regarding the incident, leaving many details undisclosed.

As news of the firearm discharge reverberated, inquiries were made to the New York Police Department (NYPD) for comment, but they did not respond immediately.

The incident marks a concerning escalation amid heightened tensions on university campuses across the nation, emphasizing the need for a thorough investigation into the events that transpired during the protester clearance.

More updates are awaited as authorities delve into the circumstances leading to the discharge of a weapon within the university’s administrative precincts.

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