A young woman was carried from the Central Michigan University Park Library on a stretcher at about 3 p.m. Wednesday.
According to the CMUPD dispatch, the emergency call was received at 2:50 p.m., to which one ambulance and two officers responded. It has not yet been determined whether the woman is a CMU student, and dispatch was unable to comment any further.
CMU Police Chief Bill Yeagley was away from campus at the time of the incident and unable to comment.
Witness Kayla Parzynski of New Baltimore said she saw one police car and two ambulance vehicles parked outside of the library.
“I just saw a girl getting pulled out of here in a stretcher,” Parzynski said.
St. Johns senior Jake Arnold was on duty at the library’s front desk when police responded to the scene.
“I saw a police officer come in with a stretcher,” Arnold said. “They came up through the elevators, and then they took a young lady out about a half hour later.”