Shooting in North Arizona University kills 1 and injures 3 others. A gunman who came into the university opened fire suddenly at northern Arizona University’s Flagstaff campus in the morning which took away a student’s life. The reason for the shooting has not been known yet, the police are investigating the CCTV video footage and other documents. However the gunman who opened fire is now in police custody and has been questioned. After there was gun sound, the Northern Arizona university authority announced students to stay safe indoor till further instructions. We can remember here that last week only 9 people were killed at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. The killing of students has again a topic for debate in the news channels and social media and there are questions about the US gun laws, many expressed that there should be tight rules when it comes to gun law.
Shooting took place this morning near the Flagstaff campus, its the campus where more than twenty thousand students have been enrolled. To be more precise the exact shooting location was near the car parking which is located outside Mountainview Hall, dormitory at the north-east side of the Flagstaff campus. The student who was killed in the incident is not identified yet, the three others are rushed to the hospital immediately for further treatment.
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The police got the first ccall from the university around 1:30 AM, the police immediately came and entered the university campus and took the situation under control, then they caught the suspect and took him to the custody. The shooting cases in the schools and colleges are increasing day by day in US, government should make such laws such that there should be limited people who have licence for owning gun so that more such incidents will not happen again.