Shooting in Brazil school takes life of two

The authorities today gave information that two students lost their lives while four others got injured when one of their classmates opened fire inside a school in the central Brazilian city of Goiania.

Police described the shooter as the 14-year-old son of two police officers and said that he used one of his parents’ service weapons to carry out the attack, Efe reported. The assailant pulled the gun from inside his backpack and began shooting at random inside a classroom holding roughly 30 students, witnesses said.

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The incident happened shortly before midday at Colegio Goyases, a private school in an upscale neighbourhood of Goiania, capital of Goias state.

Paramedics said they took two young women and a boy of around 13 to a hospital in Goiania, while a fourth student in serious condition was flown by helicopter to another medical centre. The suspect, whose father is a major in the state police, was apparently mad at classmates who mocked him for body odor, witnesses said.

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