Firing in US university kills three students

Richmond. Three students were killed in a shooting at the University of Virginia in the US, one of the top-ranked public universities.

A BBC report released on Tuesday gave this information. The incident took place on Sunday night at around 10.30 pm on Calbreth Road on the University’s Charlottesville campus, the BBC quoted police here as saying. During that time a bus full of students returning from a field trip opened fire.

Police said that they told the incident that among the dead were Devin Chandler, a second-year student at the University of Virginia, D’Sean Perry, a fourth-year student from Miami, Florida, and third-year Rich Hill, from South Carolina. student of LaValle Davis. Police said one of the suspects in the incident is student Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. (22). He said the bodies of the victims were found inside a charter bus after returning from a field trip.

University President Jim Ryan said: “I am shocked by this violence. He visited the university during the incident. Police said that the reason behind the attack is not yet clear. The matter has been registered and further investigation is on.

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