In Russia, an attack has probably taken place in a school: there are dead and injured.
Update from Monday, September 26, 11 a.m.: According to the national investigative committee, the number of deaths in the Russian school has increased to nine. Among them are said to be five children. The Interior Ministry of the Udmurt Republic had previously spoken of six dead and 20 injured. “In Udmurtia today there was a tragedy in Izhevsk at school 88. A person who has not yet been identified broke into the school and killed a security guard, that is already known,” Governor Alexander Brechalov said shortly after the crime. “There are child casualties and injuries,” he said.
First report from Monday, September 26, 10:30 a.m.: Ischwesk – Shots were fired in the Russian city of Ischwesk on Monday morning (September 26). According to initial reports, an attacker killed a security guard and then shot children. At least six people were killed, according to the Russian Interior Ministry. In addition to the AFP news agency, this is also reported by the BBC from Great Britain.
There are also said to be 20 injured. According to local authorities in Russia, the suspected shooter committed suicide. The school building has already been evacuated. Numerous emergency services are on site, it was said several times. More to come. (tu/AFP)