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High school shooting kills three students and injures six


The author of the shootings was arrested and taken into police custody. His motivations remain unknown at this stage.

Three people, high school students according to US media, were killed and six others injured on Tuesday in the United States after a high school shooting in Oxford (Michigan) on Tuesday, authorities said.

The drama took place shortly before 1 p.m. (7 p.m. in France).

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the suspected gunman has been arrested and taken into custody.

the man, himself a student at the institution located in Oxford, Michigan, has not yet explained his gesture.

A look from the ground as emergency vehicles rushed to Oxford High School a short time ago.

- Local 4 WDIV Detroit (@ Local4News) November 30, 2021

According to authorities in this city north of Detroit, the alert was given at 12:51 local time.

The shooter fired between 15 and 20 times with a semi-automatic handgun.

He did not resist the agents who arrested him and did not explain his actions.

He invoked his right not to speak out, ”said Mr. McCabe.

The investigation will have to determine whether the author of the shots fired at random or whether he was targeting identified victims, he added.

"It is a very tragic situation," explained the policeman.

"We have a lot of very stressed parents."

A handgun was found at the scene.

There is, a priori, no other threat, but searches always took place in the afternoon to confirm this.

Numerous victims of shootings in the USA

According to statistics from the organization Everytown For Gun Safety, the Oxford shooting bears the heaviest death toll at a school in 2021. So far this year, the country has recorded 138 shootings, including 26 with one or two fatalities. Everytime.

The shootings causing many victims remain a recurring scourge in the United States, in schools, supermarkets or in the workplace in particular.

In 2018, a massacre at a high school in Parkland, Florida, when a former student fired an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, killing 17 people and injuring about 15 others on Valentine's Day, had sent shock waves through the country and revived protests calling for tighter controls on firearms sales.

But blockades in Congress, under the influence of the arms lobby, make any major breakthrough on the subject unlikely despite calls from politicians, President Joe Biden included, to toughen the rules on their movement.

Source: leparis

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