The man accused of opening fire at the University of North Carolina - killing two and wounding four others - charged with murder on Wednesday.
Trystan Andrew Terrell faces two counts of murder and four of attempted murder in a shooting that has shaken the campus.
(SOUNDBITE) (ENGLISH) PHILIP DUBOIS, UNCC Chancellor, SAYING: "We do know that this is the worst day in the history of UNC Charlotte." Shots rang out at around 5:40 Tuesday on the last day of classes at the school, which was then put on lock down.
Video showed students escorted away from the scene with their hands in the air.
At least 6 people were shot and three of the four wounded are in critical condition.
(SOUNDBITE) (ENGLISH) CHIEF JEFF BAKER, UNCC Police Dept., saying: "We responded, we were able to get into the building quick enough where we took custody of the suspect.
He was disarmed." Officials said the gunman was believed to have acted alone.