Breaking: Shooter Attacks Christian Elementary School, First Responders Report 'Multiple Patients'


The suspect in a shooting at a private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday is dead, officials said.

The Nashville Fire Department said on Twitter there were “multiple patients,” but their conditions were not immediately clear.

The shooting occurred at the Covenant School.

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The shooter died after being “engaged by” officers, the Metro Nashville Police Department said in a Twitter post.

It was not immediately clear whether the shooter died by suicide or was shot by police.

The Covenant School has had an enrollment of about 200 students from preschool to sixth grade in recent years, according to the school’s website.

It was founded as a ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church in 2001.

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