Following an attack on campus that injured nearly a dozen people, on Wednesday, Ohio State University students continued to offer messages of support.
Two days after 11 people were hurt in a car-and-knife attack carried out by OSU student Abdul Razak Ali Artan, all four panels of a two-sided board in the student union were filled with messages Wednesday. Artan was fatally shot Monday by a police officer shortly after the attack began. Writers using markers have contributed Bible verses, famous quotations and well-wishes to both the victims and police.
Three of the 11 people injured in the attack remain hospitalized and are expected to make complete recoveries, according to the Ohio State medical center.
Artan's mother said she didn't know anything was wrong until police showed up at her door. She added, that nothing seemed different about her son, who she said was enjoying his education.