Teen Boy Opens Fire at Michigan School, Kills Three
jpnn.com, AMERIKA - A 15-year-old boy opened fire with a semi-automatic pistol, killing three colleagues at Oxford High School in Michigan and wounding eight people, Tuesday (30/11).
Police said the teenager had been arrested immediately.
Those who lost their lives were girls aged 14 and 17 and a boy aged 16, Sheriff's Deputy Michael McCabe said.
The motive for the shooting was not yet known.
One of the teachers was injured, while the other victims were students at Oxford High School, about 65 kilometers north of Detroit.
Two of the injured had surgery and the other six were in stable condition, McCabe said.
The suspected shooter was a sophomore at the school and is believed to have committed the act alone.
The suspect was caught without a fight after firing 15 to 20 shots, McCabe added.
A 15-year-old boy opened fire with a semi-automatic pistol, killing three colleagues at Oxford High School in Michigan and wounding eight people.
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