Student Killed In Shooting At Ingraham High School: Tuesday morning, a kid at a high school in Seattle was fatally shot. About an hour later, according to authorities, police detained a suspect on a city bus. At a news conference that afternoon, Mayor Bruce Harrell said that the student had passed away following medical treatment.
Police would not confirm whether the culprit is also a student or not, and the victim was not identified. Just before 10 a.m., a shooting occurred at Ingraham High School, according to Seattle police. You may also check Washington Police Say A Man Was Fatally Shot In Northeast!
As soon as they got to the school, officers discovered a victim who had been shot and treated them. The school was guarded by police. By 11:10 a.m., authorities said, the suspect was taken into custody aboard a King County Metro bus.
After speaking with the police, the students were freed. Wednesday’s courses at the school were cancelled by Seattle Public Schools. Police officers from Seattle, according to Police Chief Adrian Diaz, arrived four minutes after the call, and a team went inside right away to give the victim emergency first aid.
Within 10 minutes of the initial contact, medical personnel from the Seattle Fire Department came to treat the wounded, according to Diaz. Brent Jones, the superintendent of Seattle Public Schools, stated that the shooting is thought to have been a “targeted attack.”
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Jones stated, “We have no reason to assume this was a part of a wider plot. Jones stated that additional information about what transpired would become available following the police inquiry, but for the time being his top focus “is to ensure the students and the families are safe.”