Oxford High School Shooting 3 Killed, 8 Injured, Sophomore Student in Custody
By TOI Desk Report December 1, 2021 Update on : December 1, 2021
According to authorities, a 15-year-old sophomore student was brought into custody within five minutes after three students were killed and eight others were injured in a shooting at a high school in Oxford, Michigan, on Tuesday afternoon.
Multiple patrol and EMS units, as well as SWAT and aviation teams, were dispatched to the active shooting scene, according to police.
Tate Myre, 16, Hana St. Juliana, 14, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17, were the Oxford High School students killed, according to Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told reporters at a late-afternoon news conference beside McCabe: “This is incubus for parents,”
According to Bouchard, eight more pupils and a teacher were shot. Three people have been shot and are in critical condition, including a 14-year-old girl who is on a ventilator after surgery. According to Bouchard, a 14-year-old child with a gunshot wound to the jaw and head is in bad condition. Three of well, and the instructor who was shot has been released.
“At Oxford High School this afternoon, there was an active shooter,” district officials wrote in a message to parents. “The site has been secured by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department. Students and employees from Oxford High School are being systematically evacuated to the Meijer Garden Center, where they may be picked up. Students who have their own transportation have been given permission to go. All other district schools are remaining closed for safety. You can also read more about 5 Dead, 40 Injured after SUV hits.
According to Bouchard, a video camera at the school showed the gunman exiting the restroom with the weapon, a 9MM Sig Sauer SP2022 handgun that was loaded at the time it was confiscated and still had seven bullets in it.