Yesterday, Monday, a heavily armed former student killed 6 people, including 3 children, in a previously planned attack on a private Christian elementary school in Nashville, southern USA.
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and site transfer "Al Jazeera"Nashville Police Chief John Drake said the suspect was 28-year-old Audrey Hill, adding that the police killed her, and she had left behind a statement and maps of the school detailing control points, entry and exit points, and"Ready to face with law enforcement authorities".
revealed in an interview with the network "NBC News" The suspect was likely planning a wider attack, the statement says "He indicates that there will be shooting in several locations, including the school".
With a handgun and two assault rifles, Hill stormed a side entrance to a school "The Covenant"a Christian academic, made her way while she was shooting, according to police.
Police stated that the six victims were a six-year-old and two nine-year-olds, while the three adults who were killed were between the ages of 60 and 61.
One of the victims is the school’s president, Catherine Coons, according to the academy’s website.
The US President described this shooting incident as: "loathsome"stressing that the armed attacks "Soul torn" The United States, and in a speech at the White House, Biden said "This is an abominable business"warning that gun violence "It rips the soul of our nation" And calling on Congress again to ban the sale of automatic weapons to individuals.
It is noteworthy that the number of licensed weapons in the United States is approximately 400 million firearms, and the country often witnesses bloody shooting incidents.
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