Two shootings at intercollegiate football games left a teenager dead and two wounded

Two shootings at intercollegiate football games left a teenager dead and two wounded

The first attack occurred in Baton Rouge, where a student was killed and a 28-year-old man was wounded; an 11-year-old boy was injured in the Baltimore shooting.

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USA was shocked as a result of two shootings in two college football games different. In Baton Rouge, Louisianain the middle of the meeting between the local and Brusly High, shots were heard that killed a 15-year-old teenager and injured a 28-year-old man. At the same time, in Baltimore, Marylandthe match between Dunbar and Blakefield was interrupted by the noise of shotswhich ended by hurt an 11 year old that he is out of danger.

The West Baton Rouge School Board sent a statement this Saturday echoing what happened: “We are deeply saddened by the shooting that took place at the Port Allen High/Brusly High football game on Friday night. . Our first priorities right now are helping the family of the student who died and all of our students.and assist the West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office in their investigation.”

“Although we had extra security on this game, it ended in a tragic incident. At this time we ask for prayers for all involved. We will have crisis teams ready to speak and help our students in our high schools. when school resumes Tuesday morning. And while we don’t expect any problems in the schools now, we will have a heightened security presence in the schools over the next term. We will not release any information about the shooting. Any requests for more information about the incident or those involved should contact the West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office,” the message continued, in an attempt not to offer attention to the attacker.

A medical helicopter and an ambulance were dispatched to the scene to transport the victims to hospitals, according to police, who also reported that no arrests were made immediately after the shooting. The suspect was also not found in Baltimore.

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“We have ongoing programs in our schools that teach students ways to resolve disputes with their peers. We will redouble those efforts and work with the Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office and others in the coming months to teach our students that violence destroys the lives of many people. Our prayers are with all those affected by this tragedy. At times like these, our entire community is grieving.. By loving and supporting each other, we will get through this,” added Superintendent Chandler Smith.

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