Nashville school shooting: by 28 year old alumnus in Tennessee planned the attack in which six were killed

Nashville school shooting Six people, including three children and three employees, have been killed in a plot perpetrated by a former student at a school in the US city of Nashville, Tennessee.

Three of the victims were students at Covenant School, aged nine or so. Police have named them as Evelyn Dykehaus, Hailey Scruggs and William Kinney.

Police are releasing the names of the busy victims as Cynthia Peek, 61, Katherine Koonas, 60, and Mike Hill, 61.

The private Christian school has about 200 students.

Let us tell you that in this, children from three years to 12 years are taught.

Ms. Peek was a substitute teacher working at the school that day. Mr Hill was a janitor and Ms Koonse was elected head of school, per the convent’s website

3 children and 3 adults are dead in a shooting at a Christian school in Nashville school shooting list

  • Evelyn Dieckhaus, age 9
  • Hallie Scruggs, age 9
  • William Kinney, age 9
  • Cynthia Peak, age 61
  • Katherine Koonce, age 60
  • Mike Hill, age 61
  • Three children and three adults were killed in a shooting at a private religious school in Nashville, police said.
  • The shooter, whom police said was a 28-year-old white man from the Nashville area, was the first to shoot the officers. Police initially identified the shooter as a female, but a spokesperson later told WPLN’s Alexis Marshall that the shooter was assigned female at birth and also used her pronouns forcefully.

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  • The officials also informed that the shooting is taking place at The Covenant School. Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron said at a press briefing on Monday that three children were among the victims and three adults who died were employees.

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Authorities reported that the shooter had two assault-style rifles and a pistol, and that the shooting occurred in a “lobby-type area” on the upper side of the school. Aaron said the shooter was killed at 10:27 a.m. Police said two of those guns were legally obtained.

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