Three people are dead and five wounded, some with life-threatening injuries, in a shooting on Michigan State University's campus.
What we know about the Michigan State University shooting victims and gunman
Three students were killed and five were injured after a 43-year-old man opened fire at Michigan State University Monday night. Here's what we know so far.
The suspect, identified as Anthony Dwayne McRae, 43, a man not affiliated with MSU, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.
Anthony McRae, 43, had a difficult time handling the loss of his mother, Linda McRae, and his demeanor and outlook on life “changed” after she died of a stroke on Sept. 13, 2020, according to his father, Michael McRae.
Police identified the slain students as Alexandria Verner of Clawson, a junior; Brian Fraser of Grosse Point, a sophomore; and Arielle Anderson also of Grosse Point.
Multiple parents and students relived the horror of a school shooting on Monday, having survived massacres in Newtown, Connecticut, and Oxford Township, Michigan, only to go on to Michigan State University.
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