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Thirteen Killed in School Shooting in Russia’s Izhevsk

Monday 26 September 2022
Thirteen Killed in School Shooting in Russia’s Izhevsk

Alwaght- At least thirteen people, including 7 children, have been killed and many others wounded in a shooting incident at a school in Russia's Izhevsk city on Monday.

Two security guards and several teachers were also killed, the Investigative Committee said. The attack, also, has left 21 people injured, including 14 children, RT reported.

The male suspect was wearing a ski mask and a black T-shirt featuring Nazi symbols, officials added. They said he died by suicide after the attack and his identity is currently being established.

The suspect was armed with two nonlethal pistols that had been altered to fire live ordnance, Russian lawmaker Aleksandr Khinshtein said.

“A tragedy happened in Udmurtia today,” Republic of Udmurtia Governor Aleksandr Berchalov told journalists.

The school, where the shooting took place, has been evacuated, according to the education ministry.

Footage from the scene showed students and teachers running from the building, as well as victims being carried to ambulances on stretchers.

Photos from inside the classrooms where students had barricaded themselves during the shooting have also appeared online.

Izhevsk is the capital of the Russian Republic of Udmurtia, and is located near the Ural mountains, which divide Europe from Asia.

 

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