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SAFER SCHOOLS NEWS-VOL. 42 

 

  A School Principal is Killed by Gunfire

 

  Freising, Germany

   Tues - February 19,2002

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FREISING, Germany, Feb. 19, 2002: Four people are dead after a former student entered his old high school in this town near Munich, Germany and opened fire. 

 

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A School Principal is Killed by Gunfire in Freising, Germany

FREISING, Germany, Feb. 19, 2002: Four people are dead after a former student entered his old high school in this town near Munich, Germany and opened fire. He also detonated at least 2 home made pipe bombs. Special Police units wearing protective equipment and black masks surrounded the school and used armored vehicles to assist in evacuating the students and faculty. When Police entered the building they found the assailant dead of a gunshot wound, an apparent suicide. They also discovered that several staff members had been wounded. The Principal later died of his wounds. Two teachers were shot in the face but are expected to recover.

"We heard two explosions and then there was a fire alarm. We went out, but we though it was a false alarm," said Mike, an 11th-grader who gave only his first name. "We found out only gradually what had happened."

The school specializes in business courses and has about 400 students who range in age from 12 to 18. It was soon learned that the gunman had started his rampage several hours earlier at a factory in the neighboring city of Eching. He entered a factory where he had recently been fired and shot his former boss and a foreman, ages 38 and 40, with a "heavy-caliber gun," police spokesman Hans-Peter Kammerer said. One man died on the spot, the other shortly afterward.

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