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Fatal Sh00ting Of Student Outside Pittsburgh School, Police Report

Fatal Shooting Of Student Outside Pittsburgh School, Police Report

Fatal Shooting Of Student Outside Pittsburgh School, Police Report

A kid is believed to have opened fire in front of his school in Pittsburgh on Wednesday morning, ki!!ing another student, as per the local police.

The official police who spoke with reporters, the alleged sh00ter, were taken into custody after a police officer responding to the sh00ting at Oliver Citywide Academy noticed the suspect running away with a g*n while the officer was on the scene.

Police Commander Richard Ford would not reveal the victim’s or the suspect’s identities, but he did state that both were male youths who were students at the institution.

Ford stated at a press conference, “There are no potential threats to the other schools.”

According to reports from CBS News Pittsburgh, the police have been made aware that at least 11 bu!!ets have been fired.

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Ford stated police officers located the victim in front of the school and aided them. The student was rushed to the hospital but did not survive his stay there and passed away afterward.

Ford also says the incident occurred near the stairs that led into the school before 7:30 in the morning. In most cases, school starts at 7:45 in the morning.

“Some of the teachers were inside; they heard the shots,” Ford says.

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Ford stated that the police were investigating to determine what prompted the incident. Ford said that he thought the we@pon to be a 9-millimeter and that it had been found.

The institution is a “full-time special education center” that serves kids in grades 3 through 12.

The previous school year, a young man of 15 years old was found de@d outside of the school after being shot.

“It’s very frustrating,” Ford told the press on Wednesday.

“We worked really, really hard. We’ve worked with the schools. We continue to work with the schools, and we’re going to continue to do that. Obviously, any type of violence, any time there’s loss of life, it’s a tragic situation, but, you know, I am very relieved to know that there’s no more danger to the public.”

The incident on Wednesday took place as the city of Uvalde, Texas, remembered one year since a mass sh00ting at Robb Elementary School claimed the lives of 19 students and two teachers.

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