Shooting at a Memphis school leaves a student seriously injured (PHOTOS)

Memphis school shooting leaves a boy in critical condition. The events took place at Cummings Elementary in Memphis, Tennessee. Police ar...

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  • Memphis school shooting leaves a boy in critical condition.
  • The events took place at Cummings Elementary in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Police are looking for a minor as a suspect.

A shooting broke out at Cummings Elementary School in Memphis, Tennessee, it left a student injured in critical condition and the school remains closed to avoid any major contingency, according to The Sun.

It was agents from the Memphis Police Department who responded to the shots that took place inside Cummings Elementary School in Memphis, Tennessee, on Thursday morning, for which a general alert was activated and security protocols were applied.

INJURED CHILD

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In the brawl, elements of the Memphis fire department transferred a boy to Le Bonheur children’s hospital for medical treatment, but his health condition was reported as critical, and how he has reacted to the care is unknown so far.

This month that is about to end, several shootings have been unleashed in schools and it has raised the anguish of citizens because parents express their concern on social networks and are called to come for their children immediately.

School shooting: SCHOOL CLOSED

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Following the unfortunate events, the Shelby County School District issued an alert statement regarding the shooting inside Cummings Elementary School: “We are aware of the incident at Cummings K-8 and will share preliminary information as soon as possible.

“The school is currently closed as a security measure. Parents have been notified of the situation. We are working with SCS Security and the Memphis Police Department to gather more information for future updates, ”they explained in the statement.

MINOR, SUSPICIOUS

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In turn, the Memphis Police Department said that several officers were at the scene of the Cummings school clearing the building, moving students and teachers to a safer area. Video from the scene showed students and staff exiting the building with their hands raised.

Police confirmed that there was no further record of other injuries as they continued to investigate the crime scene. Agents confirmed that they were looking for an underage suspect, so all available units and items are used. Filed Under: School Shooting

School shooting: GET CAUGHT

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According to actionnews5Minutes later, the same Police reported that after the intense search, they were able to find the alleged suspect and that they already had him in custody. In turn, hospital officials reported that the injured child is 13 years old. All the students were put on buses.

School officials said: “We are aware of the incident at Cummings K-8 and will share preliminary information as soon as possible. The school is currently closed as a security measure. Parents have been notified of the situation. We are working with SCS Security and the Memphis Police Department to gather more information for future updates. ”

SECURITY

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Also, SCS Superintendent Dr. Joris Ray said Cummings School remains closed while police investigate the shooting. He also shared an alert message with the school board to detail what was happening at the scene that is protected.

“Cummings K-8 is currently on lockdown while SCS Security and the Memphis Police Department are investigating an incident involving a weapon. SCS security officers are working with law enforcement officers to ensure the safety of our students and employees. Parents have been notified. I will continue to keep you posted on this situation as we make sure everyone remains safe. ” Filed Under: School Shooting

STUDENTS GOT SHOT

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In another case of student victims of shootings, it was revealed a few days ago that at least one person opened fire from a moving car on students waiting at a school bus stop in Kentucky, causing the death of one and the hospitalization of one. another, police reported. A third minor was injured by unknown means, authorities said.

A car passed and someone shot at the schoolchildren waiting at the stop west of downtown Louisville, Greater Louisville Police Major Shannon Lauder said during a news conference. He asked the population to present all information about the shooting. Filed Under: School Shooting

“IT’S HORRIBLE AND DEVASTATING”

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“We had some young people who couldn’t even wait at a bus stop this morning without being shot. That is horrible and devastating, and we are going to dedicate all our resources to discovering who did this, ”he said in his speech on the day of the shootings.

Jefferson County Public School System spokeswoman Renee Murphy said moments after the shooting the bus arrived, picking up students from Eastern High School. He said the district would provide additional resources for families and students at that school. Filed Under: School Shooting

School shooting: STUDENT DIES

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A suspect was arrested after the shooting death of a student at a North Carolina high school, police said. The injured young man was taken to a local hospital, where he died, Thomson said, after learning what had happened.

Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson told a news conference that Mount Tabor High School was immediately shut down as first responders, sheriff deputies and police arrived shortly after noon to search for the alleged assailant. he was a student.

School shooting: AD

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The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office announced on its Twitter page that the suspect, whom it did not identify, was apprehended. No further details were provided at this time. “I haven’t cried in a long time, but I’ve been crying since I got out of the hospital,” said Bobby Kimbrough.

The Forsyth County Sheriff, who intervened at the school with officers and police officers in the initial call, identified the deceased student as William Chavis Raynard Miller Jr. Kimbrough said he was meeting with the family at the hospital. Filed Under: School Shooting

 

School shooting: REPORT

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Police closed the streets leading to the school, which has more than 1,500 students, and there were several emergency vehicles at the site. Desperate for information, parents parked their cars on the sidewalks several blocks from the school while police diverted traffic away from the institution. Students and parents could also be seen walking towards a nearby shopping center.

Christopher Johnson said his son told him he heard the shots when he was in the school gym and that the students were instructed to hide because there was an active shooter on campus. The sheriff’s office spokeswoman said all other students were safe.

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