An altercation in a parking lot Sunday night near a fraternity house near the Kalamazoo, Mich., school led to one person shot in the leg and another with injuries possibly caused by flying glass, the Kalamazoo Gazette reported Monday.
The fraternity's name was not disclosed, but the house is one of several in a neighborhood known as Fraternity Village.
School officials said they are awaiting results of a Kalamazoo Department of Public safety investigation before proceeding with an investigation of its own, but Cheryl Roland, executive director of university relations, said the school is "looking closely at the incident and any factors that may have triggered this."
Roland said the incident began after fraternity members barred some uninvited guests from entering the house, adding the fraternity, "including that organization's leadership, did the right thing by turning them away."
She said neither of the injured victims were WMU students.
Neighbors said they saw over 100 people hurry from the house after hearing a gunshot.
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