Shooting West Virginia, Seven People Shot in High School Graduation Party

West Virginia Shooting – Seven individuals have been shot in a mass shooting at a Virginia tall school graduation ceremony – three with life-threatening wounds – as two suspects are taken into custody. It’s accepted that one of the casualties could be a 17-year-old who was taken to VCU Restorative Center with life-threatening wounds, CBS 6 detailed. Local reports claim bystanders listened ’20 bangs’ causing ‘hundreds’ to supposedly run to require cover as police swarmed the Altria Theater in Richmond fair after 5.00pm on Tuesday afternoon.

Images and video from the scene appear different law requirement officers securing the zone with police tape with specialists caution individuals to ‘avoid the area.’ It’s accepted ‘kids were taking graduation photos’ as the shooter opened fire. It remains vague how numerous shooters were dynamic, be that as it may police affirmed that the two individuals taken into guardianship were ‘not tall school students.

School board part Jonathan Youthful told 8News that there were ‘multiple injuries’ at the Huguenot Tall School ceremony planned to begin at 4pm. He told CBS 6: ‘We quickly listened a arrangement of likely 20 boisterous blasts in sequential order. And that provoked of course a parcel of people, likely a couple of 100 people to form a surge back interior the Altria… controlled chaos.’ Richmond Chairman Levar M. Stoney discharged a explanation on Twitter approximately the situation.

Currently observing the circumstance at Monroe Stop. In touch with RPD and RPS. Will make data accessible because it comes in. Please dodge the area,’ Stoney’s tweet reads. Richmond Police tweeted: ‘RPD is on scene for a shooting found at Shrub Road and Franklin Road. Different wounds detailed. There is no prompt danger to the open. Briefing to take after. Dodge the area. Richmond Open Schools will be closed tomorrow taking after the shooting incident. Three schools were planned to have graduation ceremonies at the Altria Theater on Tuesday when the caution by VCU went out at 5.15pm. DailyMail.com has reached Richmond Police, VCU and Huguenot Tall School for comment. Interim Chief Rick Edwards, Chairman Lever Stoney and Administrator Jason Kamras will have a media briefing in no time.