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16-year-old boy enters 2 schools in Brazil, opens fire, kills 2 teachers, 1 student, injures 11

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Rio de Janeiro: The shooting incident was revealed in Brazil. A gunman wearing a bulletproof vest stormed two schools in Espirito Santo, in southeastern Brazil, killing two teachers and a student and injuring 11 others, according to Reuters news agency. The two attacks took place around 10 a.m. local time on Friday in the small town of Aracruz, located about 80 kilometers north of Vitoria, the capital of the state of Espirito Santo. Espirito Santo public security chief Marcio Celante said the attacker was a 16-year-old boy who covered his face, making it difficult to identify him. He was stopped.

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Officials said the shooter was dressed in military fatigues and opened fire inside a private and public school. The governor of Espirito Santo, Renato Casagrande, told a press conference that the attacker was a former student of the school. We have information that he is a psychopath and is undergoing treatment. We will continue to investigate the matter and gather more information soon. One person injured in the attack had to be airlifted to Serra, a large town about 60 km south of Aracruz. Security camera footage showed the attacker wearing a bulletproof vest and firing a semi-automatic pistol.

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Espirito Santo’s Public Security Secretary, Marcio Celante, released a video to the secretariat. said Celante, who noted that the shooter entered the staff room after breaking the lock on the public school. Governor Renato Casagrande expressed condolences to the families of the victims and said all local security forces were engaged in the investigation. Brazil’s President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva called the shooting an “unsolicited tragedy”. Lula da Silva will become Brazil’s new president on January 1. He will replace current President Jair Bolsonaro. Lula said, “I offer my support to Governor Casagrande to investigate the matter and comfort the communities around the 2 affected schools.

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