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SAFER SCHOOLS NEWS-VOL. 81 

 

    10 Are Dead, which includes the Gunman, in Minnesota After Rampage at School

 

  Redby, Minnesota

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People gather outside the Red Lake High School in Minnesota Monday evening after the shooting rampage took place.

Parents gather outside the Red Lake High School in Minnesota  after the shooting rampage took place.

REDBY, MN. March 22, 2005  Possibly the worst U.S. school shooting since Columbine in 1999.  The student-gunman was said to smile and wave as he gunned down five students, a teacher and a guard, his grandfather and his grandfather's wife earlier, and then killing himself. The rampage erupted at the 300-student Red Lake High School about 3 p.m.

 

 

Reggie Graves who is at Red Lake High School, said he was watching a movie about Shakespeare in class when he heard gun-firer as the shooter entered the school's main entrance, killing a guard.

This student heard the gunman say something to another student in a class across the hall. He asked the student if he believed in God, the witness said. "And then he shot him."

The death toll at the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota is at 10.  The victims included the gunman's grandfather; the grandfather's wife; a school security guard; a teacher; five other students, and the gunman. At least a number of others were wounded, and two of them remained in critical condition Tuesday at MeritCare in Fargo, N.D.

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