ATLANTA -- Four people were hurt, including three students, in a shooting during Clark Atlanta University's homecoming outside a campus library early Sunday, authorities said.
A large group of people was listening to a DJ near Atlanta University Center's Robert W. Woodruff Library around 12:30 a.m. when officers on patrol in the area heard gunshots, Atlanta police said.
A preliminary investigation found three students and another person were injured when shots were fired from a vehicle, Clark Atlanta University said.
Atlanta police said multiple people were shot. One of the victims was grazed and refused medical attention. Three others were taken to a hospital, though they were conscious and alert.
Clark Atlanta is part of Atlanta University Center’s consortium of historically Black colleges.