UPDATE: LPD confirms no shooting near Tech campus - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

UPDATE: LPD confirms no shooting near Tech campus

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A push alert was sent out to students, faculty and staff at the Texas Tech campus warning them of a shooting that happened near the campus.

However, Lubbock police have not been able to confirm a report of a shooting, but they were able to say an assault occurred. 

The assault occurred near 2500 Marsha Sharp Freeway, according to a news release from LPD. Two drivers stopped at a light and confronted each other, then one male punched the other and drove off.

There was no mention of a gun or any shots being fired. 

The email from Tech said the suspect in the alleged shooting left the area in a gold vehicle. Students were asked to avoid the area and call LPD with any information.

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