Last Monday morning a former nursing student of Oikos University walked into the school and shot ten people killing seven and wounding three.
Witnesses said the gunman entered a reception area of the college at mid-morning and opened fire before walking into one of two classes in session and spraying the room with bullets.
Paul Singh, whose sister was one of three wounded, told Reuters that the shooter instructed students: “Get in line and I’m going to kill you all.”
Many of the students looked at him and thought he was kidding. He started shooting moments later.
The shooter, 43-year-old One Goh of Oakland, a Korean native and naturalized U.S. citizen had already shot 9 students and one school employee. The employee and six students died from their wounds.
Authorities said most of those killed and wounded had been in a classroom near the school’s entrance, while one was shot in an administrative office.
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