Visitation, Funerals Set For 2 Marshall High Shooting Victims


"Even though she was 15, she had already decided her career was going to be a labor and delivery nurse", Secret said. It was one of the final acts of her young life. "You could see his arm jerking as he was pulling the trigger".

"This is just as bad as it gets", Blankenship said.

Within two days, two school shootings have shocked their communities.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Kentucky State Police Post 1 at 270-856-3721 or anonymously at 1-800-222-5555.

A hospital spokeswoman in Nashville, Tennessee says two more victims of the Kentucky high school shooting have been released.

Michael Carneal was 14 in 1997 when he killed three students and injured five at Heath High School in Paducah, not far from Marshall County. Shook also said that previous year the boy threw a pair of scissors at her friend and later threw a computer against a wall in anger. Parents left their cars on both sides of an adjacent road, desperately trying to find their teenagers.

The suspect faces preliminary charges of murder and assault while police investigate what might have prompted the mass shooting at Marshall County High School. Two others remain at Vanderbilt, both in stable condition.

The bloodshed at the school of almost 1,150 students in a small farming town was the latest outbreak of gun violence that has become a regular occurrence at schools and college campuses across the United States over the past several years.

That no single action will end all gun violence is no reason for inaction, indeed paralysis.

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Bevin spoke at Marshall County's Children's Art Center in Benton Friday morning and said he is proud of the way people in Marshall County have represented the state this week. When the shooting began, he pulled as many students as he could into his office.

Last year, Kentucky state legislators "considered, but did not pass, a bill that would have allowed people with concealed-carry permits to bring weapons on to public school campuses, where proponents argue they could be used to respond to active shooters", the newspaper reported.

It is not yet known why their 15-year-old classmate took a gun to Marshall County High School and opened fire in a crowded common area Tuesday. They were like 'This is the only thing that survived. She called on Congress to strengthen gun laws. The shooting occurred Tuesday.

She said she thought the first gunshot was a balloon popping. I'm just adamantly opposed to it. "But if he needed a friend, I know she would've been a friend to him and talked to him about anything he needed, because that's just the kind of person she was". "Then I got up and I ran".

"She was ideal in every way", Jasen Holt told WKRN. "There was bullets flying everywhere".

Finally, Bailey called her mom back. "All I could keep thinking was, 'I can't believe this is happening".

Bailey, a 10th grader with a first boyfriend who was among the 14 wounded in the shooting spree, died at the school.

"I hear people talk immediately about gun control and somehow we need to take guns away from people that somehow another gun restriction is going to be the answer", Bevin said in the almost ten-minute long video.

She added that her daughter was "just so kindhearted and the most unbelievable kid anybody could ever ask for".