Three students have been fatally shot at Michigan State University in a mass shooting.
According to CNN reports, the suspect was a 43-year-old man who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The shooting is currently under investigation as authorities are trying to find a motive behind the senseless killings.
One of the students that who was in the classroom that the shooter went to spoke about the situation. “This is a surreal moment for me. I think I’m doing alright. I’m beyond thankful, but, you know, we’re doing okay, trying to stay strong.”
Another student, Domink Molotky, recalls the moment he heard the gunshots. “At about 8:15 heard a gunshot right outside of our right outside of our classroom and I was sitting next to the nearest door and thank god that my fight or flight response kicked in because right when that first gunshot went off I looked for the- to the far corner of the class kinda by where my professor was originally standing.”
He continued, “Right after that first gunshot about two seconds later, he came in our class and let off three to four more rounds I was ducking and covering. When it went silent for about 30 seconds to a minute, two of my classmates started breaking open the window and that took about- that took about 30 seconds to happen. There was glass everywhere.”
This is a developing story and we will keep you posted with updates. We are also keeping the victims and students at Michigan State University in our thoughts and prayers.