Ohio State tweets: ‘We are, and always will be, Buckeye strong’

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The warning was immediate on Ohio State University Emergency Management’s Twitter account: “Active shooter on campus. Run, hide, fight.”

It came just minutes after 18-year-old Abdul Razak Ali Artan rammed his car into a group of people Monday morning on Ohio State University’s campus before getting out of the vehicle with a knife and slashing people.

What followed the attack, was an endless stream of information, warnings and directions on social media from multiple Ohio State University departments and groups.

Here’s a look at how the tragedy unfolded on Twitter:

Ohio State University Management

Ohio State Office of Administration and Planning

Ohio State Student Life

Ohio State University

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