This morning around 10;13 am, a shooter opened fire inside the Covenant Elementary School, where students from pre-school through 6th grade attend. The Presbyterian School has around 210 students.
The police shot and killed the suspect at around 10:27 am.
A Nashville Police spokesperson has just confirmed that 3 students and 3 staff members have been killed. He also confirmed that the shooting suspect is a female who “appears to be in her teens.” The seventh casualty is the shooter.
UPDATE: The Nashville Police have now confirmed that the suspected shooter is a 28-year-old female Nashville resident.
UPDATE: 3 students & 3 adult staff members from Covenant School were fatally shot by the active shooter, who has now been identified as a 28-year-old Nashville woman.
— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) March 27, 2023
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According to the Nashville Police, one police officer is being treated for wounds related to a broken glass injury.
According to the spokesperson for the Nashville Police, the shooter had “two assault-type weapons and a pistol.”
Candace Owens, a resident of the community where the school shooting took place, has asked that people on social media refrain from making the shooting deaths of the six innocent individuals into a political circus and do what the members of the church would ask—-to pray for the victims and their families.
I live in Green Hills and am positively devastated for the families impacted by this tragedy. Please suspend your politics and instead do what these families at this Christian School would want: pray.
Pray for The Covenant School.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) March 27, 2023