The suspected gunman behind Friday morning’s massacre inside the Santa Fe High School in southeast Texas has been identified by local authorities as 17-year-old student Dimitrios Pagourtzis, reports Fox News.
The suspect was taken into police custody after he unleashed a stream of bullets at the local high school, with authorities detaining a second student related to the mass shooting that left at least 10 people dead.
The victims include nine students and one teacher.
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Police also confirmed Friday afternoon that “multiple” explosive devices were discovered both on and off campus, including “pipe bombs” and “pressure cooker” bombs.
“We all thought it was practice drill and we all started kind of running and laughing across the street, hiding behind the auto place. At that point, they had us starting to write our names on papers showing that we were there,” said one student.
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