Shooting at University of Virginia Finds Three People Dead

Hannah Mueller, Staff Writer

A student at the University of Virginia shot and killed three and wounded two people, sending police in search for the suspect. Jim Ryan, the president of the university who identified the suspect, Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., posted on social media that the shooting was around 10:30 pm on Sunday, Nov. 13. The shooting scene was blocked off by police cars the following morning. The UVA Police Department posted online that they are still looking for the suspect and that they are armed and dangerous.

Many students have expressed their fear about gun violence in a school setting. “My generation is certainly one that’s grown up with generalized gun violence, but that doesn’t make it any easier when it’s your own community,” said an UVA student. Gun violence is a huge problem in the US as of late and many people are worried about how they are going to put a stop to it. Visit apnews.com for more, live updates on this case.