“You can bring anything you want.” Student says there’s no metal detector in college where massacre took place
The student says Daniil Zasorin brought the weapon to the college in the dismantled form.
Student of the Amur college of construction and housing and utilities infrastructure - where massacre has taken place this morning - has told Life that there’s no metal detector at the entrance to the college.
He emphasized that one can bring in anything he or she wants. He says the shooter brought the weapon to the college in the dismantled form. The security guard was sitting in his room at that moment.
In the morning, on November 14, 4th-year student Daniil Zasorin came to the college with weapon and opened fire. Two persons died, one got serious injuries. The shooter committed suicide. According to preliminary reports, Zasorin had been bullied by a group of students.