Shoot in a school in Florida. Dozens between dead and wounded

A former student opened fire at the Parkland College. He tried to escape, then he was captured by the police




Still shoot in an American school, still innocent victims who are hit in the place where you most feel safe. This time the slaughter is staged in a high school in Parkland , Florida: it is the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , attended by 3,208 students. A young man, perhaps a former student, opened fire inside the institute. The death toll is still uncertain: the Broward County Sheriff, via Twitter, spoke of at least 14 victims; tens the wounded.
Impressive images taken by a student with a smartphone. In the video, shown by CBS, you hear the screams of terror of boys and girls and a teacher. Everyone throws themselves on the ground to look for shelter in the desks. Over a dozen shots exploded, in two shots and repetition. "O my God!", He hears himself shouting several times, while a student is seen motionless on the ground.


The attacker - according to Fox News - was captured by the officers rushed to the scene, after initially fled. According to CBS, the young man suspected of being the author of the shooting would be stopped about a mile away from the school: it would be Nicholas Cruz, a twenty-year-old termed as 'problematic'. He would be a member of the United States Army reserves, enlisted in the junior training program.
According to the first indications provided by the agents, the attacker would have fired a rifle; his face covered by a gas mask, wearing a black hat, black trousers and a dark brown shirt.
Among the victims there would seem to be a teacher too. A witness, the mother of one of the high school students, told a local TV, explaining that the teacher was protecting a student.
President Donald Trump was immediately informed of the facts. "My prayers and condolences to the families of the victims of the terrible shooting in Florida: no child, teacher or anyone else should ever feel unsafe in an American school," the US president wrote on Twitter.

My prayers and condolences to the families of the victims of the terrible Florida shooting. No child, teacher or anyone else should ever feel unsafe in an American school.

Once again millions of Americans were held in suspense, glued to the aerial images taken by a CNN-affiliated station, the Wsvn: dozens of people injured on the ground in front of the school, in a coming and going of stretchers and ambulances. Police initially asked students and professors to lock themselves in classes; then he proceeded to evacuate the students, who were let out of the structure with their hands raised passing close to two cordons of agents.
With that of these hours in Florida there are at least 19 American schools in which since the beginning of the year there has been a shooting. The data are those of Everytown For Gun Safety , an association that fights for greater control over the sale of firearms. The most serious episode so far had been that of January 23 last year when a 15-year-old high school student in Kentucky killed two other students and wounded 20 others.



Authorities say they are responding to a shooting at a high school in Broward County, Florida. There are reports of victims. Follow updates: http://cnn.it/2EHyfc4 

Popular posts from this blog

Ought to Caller ID Spoofer Be Held Liable For Users Who Make Harassing Calls?

iPhone X, all TIM, Wind and Three offers

Cards addressed to deceased and clochard: discovery of the central "ghost" sims