17 Killed in Mass Shooting in a Florida High School because killer didn’t have a Valentines.

This photo provided by the Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff's

Meet Nikolas Cruz, 19, who shot and killed 17 people at Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

At least 17 people were killed and 14 people were injured at the high school in Parkland, Florida, including a beloved coach who stepped in front of his students and took a spray of bullets. Five out of the Fourteen who were taken to the hospital passed away while in the local Emergency Room.

About the Killer

At least one teacher had flagged Cruz as a potential threat and had voiced this numerous times,after voicing this Cruz was suspended from the campus by the administrators.

Jim Gard, a math teacher, says that Cruz had been known for being aggressive towards fellow class mates. A classmate named Jillian Davis says that Cruz had a hot temperature and had a history of making a lot of dark, gun-related jokes.

It was also confirmed that Cruz’s mother had passed away November 1st,then he moved in with a friend’s family in Northwest Broward, and apparently the family there had known about Cruz’s AR-15 and made him keep it locked up in the cabinet, and unfortunately HE HAD A KEY TO THE CABINET.

HOW THE ATTACK UNFOLD

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Cruz came to the school bolstered by a gas mask, smoke grenades and multiple magazines of ammunition and a semi-automatic weapon.

Broward County Public Schools reported the shooting began near dismissal time and police say Cruz began the rampage outside before entering the school.

He triggered a fire alarm in a building that normally serves freshmen students, then roamed the schools’ corridors — from the first floor to the third — opening fire on students pouring into hallways.

Cruz was at large before being taken into custody roughly two hours after the shooting.

Police said he was armed with an AR-15-style, semiautomatic rifle and “countless” magazines.

 

Cruz came to the school bolstered by a gas mask, smoke grenades and multiple magazines of ammunition and a semi-automatic weapon.

Broward County Public Schools reported the shooting began near dismissal time and police say Cruz began his attack outside before entering the school.

He triggered a fire alarm inside the building that normally serves freshmen students, then roamed the schools’ corridors — from the first floor to the third — opening fire on any student in sight that poured into the hallway.

Cruz was at large before being taken into custody roughly two hours after the shooting.

Police said he was armed with an AR-15-style, semiautomatic rifle and “countless” magazines.

 

Cruz has had a bad history on social media as well. He has made social media posts.

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said investigators were dissecting the suspect’s social media posts.

“And some of the things that have come to mind are very, very disturbing,” he added without elaborating.

Daniel Huerfano, a student who fled Wednesday’s attack, said he recognized Cruz from an Instagram photo in which Cruz posed with a gun in front of his face.

 

 

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