Police are combing the campus of Indiana University at Bloomington for two men armed with a knife after a student was slashed during a fight in the parking lot of a housing complex earlier this morning, the university said.
However, the University called off a warning to students and faculty to take shelter, saying that although the suspects remained at large, there was no immediate threat to anyone on campus.

“Around 4 a.m., apparently, three students were involved in some sort of a fight at a student apartment complex at the edge of campus,” said university spokesman Mark Land, adding that police were searching for two suspects, who may be armed with a knife.

“We have just issued an all-clear. We don’t think there is any danger to anyone else on campus,” he said.

He said a student who was stabbed in the fight outside the student apartments had suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was being treated at a local hospital.