Two dead, 17 bleeding in Kentucky high propagandize shooting

January 23, 2018 - School Uniform


At slightest one chairman was killed and mixed others were harmed during a sharpened Tuesday morning during Marshall County High School in Kentucky, according to a matter posted on Twitter by Governor Matt Bevin.

A 15-year-old tyro non-stop glow Tuesday during a farming Kentucky high school, murdering dual people and wounding a dozen more, authorities said.

Gov. Matt Bevin pronounced 5 other people suffered non-shooting injuries in a uproar and disharmony that followed during Marshall County High School in Benton. He said the think would be charged with murder and attempted murder.

“This is a wound that will take a prolonged time to heal,” Bevin said. “For some in this village it will never heal.”

The sharpened took place in a common area of a propagandize during 7:57 a.m. internal time, before classes started, authorities said. The 911 call came in dual mins later. First responders reached a stage during 8:06, and a shooter was taken into control “in a non-violent apprehension,” Bevin said. 

A 15-year-old womanlike tyro died during a stage and a 15-year-old masculine student died during a hospital, Bevin said. Marshall County Attorney Jeff Edwards said it did not seem a gunman targeted specific people. He called a stage “indescribable.”

“To travel in, a backpacks laying around. The phones laying around, going off … it’s indescribable,” Edwards said. “I’ve been doing this for 25 years. It’s not like anything I’ve gifted in my life.”