Two people were killed and a third was seriously injured yesterday Monday by pyre into non-governmental organization that helps youth in Des Moines, Central American state Iowathe police announced.
Responding to a call to immediate action, law enforcement officers who responded to Starts Right Here, an NGO that works with the public education system to help troubled or at-risk youth, found three people with gunshot wounds, two of them who were “in a very serious condition”.
“These two people, two students, are dead (…). The third person, who works for the organization, is in serious condition,” Paul Parizek, spokesman for the police in Des Moines, explained to the press.
Police Sgt. Paul Parizek confirms two students were killed in a shooting Monday at a school in Des Moines, Iowa, and a school staff member was seriously injured. pic.twitter.com/O4UY4zwVB5
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Police were unable to specify the ages of the victims. “I don’t know” yet “whether it was adults or (…) minors,” Mr. Parizek limited himself to saying.