Shooting at Michigan High School: three students dead and several injured
Three students killed and several injured at Michigan High School on Tuesday when a 15-year-old sophomore opened fire.
The bullet feast took place at Oxford High School at about 12:50 p.m. Authorities reported of about 20 rounds of fire. The gunman was using a semiautomatic handgun.
The shooting left two girls, ages 14 and 17, and one 16-year-old boy dead. Eight other people, including one teacher, were injured and hospitalized. Two of them are still remaining in surgery.
“I think it’s every parents’ worse nightmare,” said Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, her voice breaking, at the school Tuesday afternoon, describing the shooting as “an unimaginable tragedy.”
Some of the students were seen jumping out of the windows when the rampage began.
President Biden was informed about the shooting at the school and has already reacted to the shooting calling the deadly tragedy “every parent’s worst nightmare.”
#OUTOFSTATE #MICHIGAN #OXFORD— Florida Police Scanner (@FLPoliceScanner) December 1, 2021
‼️????THIS IS JUST ABSOLUTELY HEATBREAKING????‼️
We need to do better as a society. We need to teach or children better. We need to teach our children how to be better. pic.twitter.com/7QhQG6GvJ1