At least 3 people were killed and 11 others were injured, Friday, after shootings targeted two schools in Brazil.
And local media quoted the Brazilian authorities as saying that a gunman opened fire on two schools in the state of Espiritu Santo, in the southeast of the country.
The mayor of the town of Aracruz, Luis Carlos Coutinho, said that a group of “criminals” attacked two schools, while one gunman caused all the victims.
“The criminals attacked the first school early Friday, where the gunman opened fire on several teachers, killing two women and injuring nine people,” he explained, according to the local “CBN” network.
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He added that the group then moved to another school, where the same gunman killed a teenage girl and wounded two others.