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2 Injured in Colorado High School Shooting, Suspected Student Gunman Dead

December 13, 2013  | 

At least two people have been shot at Arapahoe High School today according to sheriff’s deputies, reports KDVR.

The ages of the two students shot were 15 and 16, and one of them is in critical condition after being shot in the head. As of 1:50 p.m., Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson confirmed that the suspected shooter was dead, and appears to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Robinson continued to say the student was armed with a shotgun, and that the specific teacher the student had targeted left the building safely. One of the students who was injured suffered injuries after confronting the suspect as he walked through the school, Robinson confirmed.

SWAT teams assisted students in evacuating the school.

Tags: School Shootings, Active Shooters, Arapahoe County (Colo.) Sheriff


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Serpico @ 12/14/2013 8:42 PM

The same people that want "Gun Free Zones" and want to Disarm American citizens are the same group of Elites who Leave the US Border wide open to Mexico and look the other way when Americans are raped, kidnapped and murdered. Fast & Furious supplied GUNS to OC's in Mexico? But there's no outcry for the death of Brian Terry. His life is more important than the prick in the WH. The media pushes this crap, because it hates the USA and US citizens. All the so-called journalists. Want to see Genocide on a National scale. But them and their elite friends, will live in bunkers while "Useless Eaters" kill each other. I don't see POTUS riding around in a non-armored car, I don't see him telling his SS to get lost. He's got a private army but tells everyone else... Guns are bad! The primary role of arms are self defense purposes. But we live in an upside world where a Non Citizen LEO has sympathy. For breaking laws, that should PUT HER AND HER FAMILY IN JAIL!

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