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Officers shot and killed an armed individual who injured several people in a shooting at a Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday, according to the police.
“The shooter was hired by the MNPD and died,” the Metro Nashville Police Department said. said in a report.
In addition to the shooter, two adults and three children died, WSMV reports.
The shooting took place at Covenant Presbyterian School, WKRN reports.
“We are responding to an active assailant at 33 Burton Hills Blvd Covenant School,” the Nashville Fire Department said. said Monday morning. “We can confirm that we have several patients.”
Three “pediatric patients were transported to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital in Vanderbilt, all with gunshot wounds,” said John Howser, spokesperson for Vanderbilt University Medical Center. told NBC News. “All three were pronounced dead after arrival.”
The Nashville office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is deploying resources to help police respond to the shooting, Fox News reports.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is also dispatching officers to the scene.
Ambulances and armored police vans were seen heading towards the school.
CCT said on Twitter on Monday “there are currently no threats to public safety”.
The Covenant School is a private religious school located on the campus of the Covenant Presbyterian Church of Nashville and is adjacent to a Nashville fire station, according to USA today.
The school, founded in 2001, is located in the affluent neighborhood of Green Hill and has 33 teachers and around 200 students, according to the Associated Press.
The school motto is “Shepherding Hearts, Empowering Minds, Celebrating Childhood”.
Children have been seen taken out of school online by police.
A family reunification center is open at Woodmont Baptist Church at 2100 Woodmont Boulevard. Parents at the scene of the shooting were seen running around trying to find their children with tears in their eyes, according to WSMV.
In 2022, the school held an active shooter training program, according to WTVF.
Shannon Watts of gun safety advocacy group Moms Demand Action said Tennessee Governor Bill Lee is responsible for increasing the risk of gun violence in the state, after signing a bill of 2021 authorizing the port without a permit.
Tennessee [Governor Bill Lee] hasn’t had time to tweet his thoughts and prayers for the Covenant School yet, but when he does, remind him that’s exactly why police and citizens opposed the bill on the transportation without a license that he enacted in a gun factory in 2021,” she said. writing on Twitter.
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Shooter dead and ‘multiple’ injured in shooting at Nashville Christian elementary school
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