PITTSBURGH - According to police, a man was attacked by three people at the Community College of Allegheny County's North campus Monday.
Channel 11’s Cara Sapida talked to student Shelby Thor, who witnessed the attack.
“I was just walking to the bookstore with my friends and all of a sudden I heard people calling security and I looked up. There was a group of guys beating up on the kid. They were all surrounding him kicking him,” said Thor.
Paramedics rushed the victim to a local hospital, said police.
Pittsburgh police said the victim had a gun and so did at least one of the assailants. Both guns were pulled but no shots were fired, said officials.
Witnesses said as security rushed in to help the victim, the three men ran off.
“Most of the time it's pretty safe. That's the first time I've ever heard of that happening,” said Thor.
Investigators said the student sustained serious injuries, mostly to his head and face.
CCAC administrators released a statement saying they are happy with the Pittsburgh police and security who handled the situation professionally and quickly.
According to officials the CCAC campus has been secured and students are safe.
No arrests have been made at this time.
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