US: A 12-year-old girl studying in the sixth class rained school bullets, three people, including two students, were injured.
Sheriff Steve Anderson of Jefferson County said, the girl pulled out a handgun from her bag and fired several rounds inside and outside the school.
According to local time in Idaho, the northwestern state of America, on Thursday, a sixth-grade girl started shooting bullets at the school in public. In this incident, three people were injured by being shot. While showing the bravery, a teacher snatched the gun from him and then this orgy of violence came to an end. The police gave information about it. It has been told that this incident happened in Rigby Middle School and the girl studies in sixth grade. He is between 11 and 12 years old.
Sheriff Steve Anderson of Jefferson County said, the girl pulled out a handgun from her bag and fired several rounds inside and outside the school. He said, among the three people who have been fired, two students and one staff member are there. However, there is no threat to their lives due to the injury of these people. Anderson told the press conference that during the shootout, a teacher bravely snatched the gun from the student's hand and controlled it. After this, the police took the girl in her custody.
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The shooting incident is being investigated by the local law enforcement agencies as well as the FBI. In recent weeks, there have been many firing incidents in America. This includes the firing incident at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis, an office building in California, a store in Colorado and several spas in Atlanta. According to the 'Gun Violence Archive', there were 43,000 gun-related deaths in the US last year, including suicide cases.
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