Victims of Mass Shooting Identified

Victims of Mass Shooting Identified

(AbsoluteNews.com) – On November 30, a shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan led to four students’ tragic and untimely deaths and injuring seven other people. The 15-year-old suspect, Ethan Crumbley, walked into the high school carrying his father’s 9mm Sig Sauer and began firing. Police identified the four students killed as 15-year-old Justin Shilling, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana and 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin and 16-year-old Tate Myre.

Those injured during the incident included six students and one teacher. The teacher was grazed by a bullet and two of the six students are in stable condition, while reports say the four others are in a critical or serious state. As soon as police arrived on the scene, the 15-year-old suspect was immediately taken into custody.

Justin Shilling, who passed away at the hospital, was an academic award winner and was active on the boy’s bowling and golf teams. Hana St. Juliana was also an athlete who was just beginning her high school journey. Madisyn Baldwin’s grandmother described her as a “beautiful, smart, sweet loving girl” taken from this earth too soon.

The other student who senselessly lost his life was Tate Myre. He was a junior at Oxford High and a running back on the football team who tried to disarm Crumbley before he died. Students call him a hero and even started a petition to rename the Wildcat Stadium after him for his bravery. They have 34,000 signatures so far. His injuries were so severe that he died in a police car on the way to the hospital.

This tragedy will have a profound impact on not only the victims’ families but the students at Oxford High and the community as a whole for the foreseeable future.

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