In Las Vegas, a former professor killed three people on campus: he was eliminated

In Las Vegas, a former professor killed three people on campus: he was eliminated

In the American Las Vegas, a 67-year-old man opened fire on the campus of the University of Nevada.

As a result, three people died, one person was injured, reports CNN.

At around 11:45 a.m., employees of the higher education institution called the law enforcement officers and reported that shooting had started on the fourth floor of the institution.

It is noted that at this time students gathered near the campus building – they were eating and playing games.

Before the suspect could be neutralized, the shooting spread through several floors, police said.

As a result, three people died, one was injured, her condition is stable.

Around 12:40 p.m., police said the suspect was dead.

According to CNN, the attacker was a 67-year-old former professor who previously taught in Georgia and North Carolina.

It will be recalled that on December 7, an eighth-grader in Russia staged a shooting at a lyceum and committed suicide.

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