Authorities in southern Brazil say a former scholar entered a faculty and started taking pictures, killing a 15-year-old lady and severely wounding one other youth in Brazil’s southern Parana state
RIO DE JANEIRO — A former scholar entered a faculty after which started taking pictures in Brazil’s southern Parana state Monday, killing a 15-year-old lady and severely wounding one other teen, a spokesperson for the town of Cambé advised The Related Press by telephone.
The gunman, aged 20 or 21, entered the Professora Helena Kolody state college purportedly to retrieve some paperwork, spokesperson Thiago Mossini stated.
As soon as contained in the constructing, the person fired a minimum of a dozen photographs earlier than being restrained by a faculty worker, Mossini stated. The alleged shooter was later arrested by police, Mossini stated.
The wounded scholar, a 14-year-old, was reported in essential situation at a hospital.
Pictures circulating on TV and social media confirmed dozens of scholars gathered outdoors the varsity, some crying, as an ambulance approached the gate.
Brazil has seen nearly two dozen assaults or violent episodes in faculties since 2000, half of them within the final 14 months.
On April 5, an assault at a daycare heart killed 4 kids and prompted the federal government to launch an unprecedented crackdown. Some 3,400 cops carried out a nationwide sweep to spherical up a number of hundred individuals accused of spreading hate speech or stoking college violence.
President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva stated on his official Twitter account Monday: “One more younger life taken away by the hatred and violence we will now not tolerate inside our faculties and society.”