Russia school shooting: At least 15 dead, 24 more injured after gunman opens fire
Russia's Investigative Committee says the shooter wore 'Nazi symbols' on his shirt during the attack
At least 15 people are dead and 24 others are injured after a gunman opened fire at a school in central Russia on Monday morning.
It happened at a school in Izhevsk, the Udmurtia region’s capital. The shooter reportedly killed a guard and multiple children, according to the governor of the Udmurtia region, Alexander Brechalov.
Russia's Investigative Committee says the shooter was wearing a t-shirt with "Nazi symbols" during the attack.
"There are victims among the children, there are wounded too," Brechalov said.
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The gunman reportedly shot himself. The dead include at least 7 children and six adults, while the wounded include at least 14 children and 7 adults.
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Brechalov said the school has been evacuated and the area around it has been closed off.
This is a breaking news story. Check back for details.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.