http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/04/16/vtech.shooting/index.html One person was killed and one person was wounded in a shooting on the Virginia Tech university campus in Blacksburg on Monday, The Associated Press reported, quoting a state government official. The gunman is still on the loose, police told CNN. The shooting comes three days after a Friday bomb threat forced the cacelation of classes in three buildigns, WDBJ in Roanoke reported. Also, the 100,000-square-foot Torgersen Hall was evacuated April 2 after police received a written bombn threat, The Roanoke Times reported. Student Matt Waldron said he did not hear the gunshots because he was listening to music, but he heard police sirens and saw officers hiding behind trees with their guns drawn. "They told us to get out of there so we ran across the drill field as quick as we could," he said. Waldron described the scene on campus as "mayhem." "It was kind of scary," he said. "These two kids I guess had panicked and jumped out of the top story window and the one kid broke his ankle and the other girl was not in good shape just lying on the ground." Students were instructed to stay indoors and away from windows, police at the university said. "A gunman is loose on campus. Stay in buildings until further notice. Stay away from all windows," read a warning from the university. The shooting occurred at West Ambler Johnston Hall, a co-ed dormitory that houses 895 students. The dormitory, one of the largest residence halls on campus, is located near the drill field and stadium. "Virginia Tech has canceled all classes. Those on campus are asked to remain where they are, lock their doors and stay away from windows. Persons off campus are asked not to come to campus," a statement on the university Web site said.