Breaking News – Shooting at Oregon High School


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By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

At least two people were shot on Friday at a Portland, Oregon high school, police said, and officers were searching for suspects who were believed to have left the area.

There was no immediate word on the condition of the victims at Rosemary Anderson High School in Portland. The Portland Oregonian newspaper reported that a 17-year-old was shot in the back and that a female student was struck in the chest.

The Portland Police Bureau said that Jefferson High School and Portland Community College were placed on lock down following the shooting and that traffic was being diverted from the area.

According to its website, Rosemary Anderson is an alternative high school in north Portland serving up to 190 “at-risk” students, many of whom are homeless or who had been expelled or dropped out of public high schools.

Police say a shooting at a high school in the U.S. state of Oregon has resulted in at least two victims and suspects have fled the scene

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♫ Evanescence – My Immortal ♫ To the families hurting from the Washington shooting, we ask WHY?


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As I sat and watched the news coming in from Washington, kids, kids shot. Kids shot by a confused kid. We must change our ways as a species, we all talk about kids in Africa and Palestine, everywhere in the World we pray for our kids, isn’t it about time we looked after our own. The kid who done the shooting it is easy to hate that boy, but we must look deep into our souls and ask ‘Why’ He is a casualty of a broken World, a casualty the same as the two 14 year old girls in Hospital we are praying for. They are all casualties of a system where it just should not have happened. It could have been stopped, but it wasn’t. Nobody noticed the kid with the gun was in a bad place, nobody stopped to say “You ok son?” Once we start caring BEFORE THE EVENT. Then we have a chance in this World. I dedicate this song, with lyrics to EVERYONE hurt, hurting, who have passed. Human lives were taken, kids lives were taken. WE MUST CHANGE OUR WAYS x

More love, less hate..

Shaun

 

Washington School Shooting Victims ‘Critical’


Gunman Jaylen Fryberg. Pic: Facebook

Gunman Jaylen Fryberg. Pic: Facebook

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

Utterly HEARTBREAKING watching these things unfold in the USA. I believe, I think the younger generation in say 15 years will DEMAND no guns in the USA. I think the generation to be hit hard by gun crime will speak up when they are older. The laws in the USA allow people to have and carry guns, making it very easy for a kid to get a gun and do these horrid things. This is a 200 year old law, I think it’s time the USA realised it is 2014, this law needs changed or the USA will see more and more of these School/College shootings. Now we have two 14 year old kids Shaylee Chucklenaskit and Gia Soriano in critical condition, this effects the families and all their friends and the wider community. When will this madness stop?

HEARTBREAKING

HEARTBREAKING

Three teenagers remain in a “critical” condition a day after suffering severe head injuries in a school shooting in Washington state. Shaylee Chucklenaskit and Gia Soriano, both 14, require “constant bedside monitoring” after undergoing emergency surgery, said Dr Joanne Roberts, the chief medical officer at Providence Regional Medical Center. “The next two to three days will be crucial” to their recovery, she said. They were among four students wounded in the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, about 35 miles north of Seattle. “Our family is in shock,” the Sorianos said in a statement read by Dr Roberts at a news conference on Saturday.

Montage I seen on You Tube, very sad. x

“We appreciate your thoughts and your prayers in this tragedy. Our hearts go out to the other victims and their families.” The gunman, identified as 14-year-old Jaylen Fryberg, opened fire with a .40-calibre handgun inside the school cafeteria on Friday, shooting the students at close range before killing himself. An unidentified teenage girl was killed in the attack. Three of the four wounded suffered head injuries, including 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg, the gunman’s cousin. He is also in a critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The fourth victim, 14-year-old Nate Hatch, also Fryberg’s cousin, was shot in the jaw and is in a serious condition at Harborview. The gunman’s motives remain unclear, but some students hinted at a recent row over a girl as a possible lead-up to the attack. Fryberg, who students described as popular and athletic, recently appeared to mention some unspecified troubles on his Twitter feed. In August, he issued a threat to an apparent love rival, saying: “Your not gonna like what happens next.” On 18 September he wrote: “Did you forget she was my girlfriend?” and later tweeted: “Dude. She tells me everything. And now. I… hate you! Your no longer my brother.”

How many families have to suffer, how many people have to die and hurt before enough is enough America?

How many families have to suffer, how many people have to die and hurt before enough is enough America?

On Tuesday, one of a series of tweets said: “It breaks me… It actually does… I know it seems like I’m sweating it off… But I’m not.. And I never will be able to.” In his last post on Thursday, Fryberg stated: “It won’t last… It’ll never last…” Witnesses said Fryberg calmly walked into the school cafeteria, pulled a handgun out of a backpack and began firing. “No arguing, no yelling,” said Brian Patrick, whose daughter was just 10ft (3m) from where Fryberg stood as he pulled the trigger. Some reports have suggested that a school employee rushed toward Fryberg and attempted to grab his arm just before he turned the gun on himself. A candlelit vigil was held on Friday night for the victims of the shooting at a nearby church. Pastor Nik Baumgart told the crowd there was no script for reacting to the tragic event. “One moment we’re thinking, we can do this,” Mr Baumgart said. “Another moment, we’re thinking, how can we do this?”

http://news.sky.com/story/1360382/washington-school-shooting-victims-critical

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