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Oxford school shooting – latest: three dead, six injured at Michigan high school, suspect in custody

Oxford high school shooting: at least three dead after gunman opened fire in Michigan

At least three people have died after a shooting at a high school in Oxford, Mich., Police say.

At least six other people were also injured and one suspect is in custody, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department.

Police said the shooting started around 1:55 p.m. at Oxford High School. Only one person is currently suspected in the violence.

“We don’t believe there are any more at this time,” police said in a press release regarding other suspects.

Parents were told to avoid campus and instead pick students who were left in the parking lot of a nearby store. All students were able to drop out of school, CNN reported. Follow live updates below


At least three dead and six gunshot wounds, police say

Three people died and six others were injured in the Oxford high school shooting, police said.

“We are sad to report that there are currently (3) people deceased along with (6) other people shot,” the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Facebook. “One of the six was a schoolteacher.

Nathan SquareNovember 30, 2021 8:21 PM


Reports say up to six people could be injured

Current reports indicate that there are between four and six victims who have been injured. No deaths have been confirmed at this time. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said it was looking for other possible victims.

Several medical helicopters arrived in the school parking lot, WXYZ reported. Many patrols, EMS units and SWAT teams are also present at the school.

Nathan SquareNovember 30, 2021 8:13 PM

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