As you'll see, not all of these shootings resulted in multiple casualties. In some instances, there were no injuries or fatalities. But one of the things that's most shocking about the list is how little publicity many of these examples of on-campus gun violence have received. So common are school shootings that without high body counts, they're treated like typical local news.
A janitor turned off the cafeteria surveillance cameras to rewind the tape they recorded on, missing capturing Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold leave two duffel bags on the floor beside two different tables. The bags could be seen clearly on the tape when it resumed recording Students were beginning to notice what was happening outside; some went going to the big front windows to have a look.
Seeing the shooters and realizing the danger, they - with the help of a school security officer - directed students to get down, to hide under the tables and to get out of the cafeteria by leaving through the east exits. As students began to understand the situation was serious, many panicked and ran.
They left behind their books, backpacks and some even ran out of their shoes in their haste to get to safety.
After evacuating the cafeteria, Coach Sanders headed up the stairs where he would be fatally shot by the same people he was trying to protect the kids from.
Paraphrased from details of the events of The security cameras in the cafeteria were the only surveillance cameras in the portion of the school where the shooters attacked. There were no cameras in the library: Several YouTube users have posted footage clipped from the film Zero Day over the years, claiming it's actual footage from the Columbine massacre.
One dead give-away aside from the fact that it's library footage and Columbine had no cameras in the library is the date on the bottom of the of the "surveillance footage" -- it's 2 years after the Columbine shootings, and the wrong month. The screenshots and link below are legitimate. If it's not posted here, chances are it's not real.Jul 05, · Jerald Block, a researcher and psychiatrist in Portland, has concluded that Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold went on their shooting rampage at Columbine High School after their parents took away their video game privileges.
Sep 18, · Read CNN's Fast Facts for some background information about the deaths of 13 people at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, The Columbine High School massacre was a school shooting that occurred on April 20, , at Columbine High School in Columbine, an unincorporated area of Jefferson County (Jeffco), Colorado, United States, near Littleton in the Denver metropolitan area.
The perpetrators, twelfth grade students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, murdered 12 students and one teacher. BackgroundFollowing the April 20, , massacre at Columbine High School, Littleton, Colo, school administrators, law enforcement officials, and the media repo. The security cameras in the cafeteria were the only surveillance cameras in the portion of the school where the shooters attacked.
There were no cameras in the library: Several YouTube users have posted footage clipped from the film Zero Day over the years, claiming it's actual footage from the Columbine massacre.
One dead give-away (aside from the fact that it's library footage and Columbine. Media coverage of the Columbine shootings The year anniversary of Columbine came as school shootings and other mass shootings sadly thrive as high-profile social issues.
It seems safe.