Picture of shooter, David Kozak shooting at Charles University students from 4th floor in Faculty of Philosophy building goes viral… Students from the Czech Republic were left clinging to the side of their university building on Thursday as a fellow student carried out a massacre that resulted in the deaths of at least sixteen people. This was Europe’s worst mass shooting since the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris in 2015.
Picture of shooter, David Kozak shooting at Charles University students from 4th floor in Faculty of Philosophy building goes viral
The gunman, who was attending Charles University in Prague to study Polish history, first killed his father before going on a shooting spree that resulted in the deaths of his classmates. The spree also resulted in the injuries of twenty-four other persons and was only stopped when the gunman was “eliminated.”
According to the local media, the lone gunman, who has been identified as David Kozák, was seen taking aim with a black rifle on the campus, which is situated in close proximity to the popular tourist destination of the Old Town in the Czech capital.
The police stated that they had a strong suspicion that Kozák, who was 24 years old, had fatally shot himself after exchanging fire with officers on the building’s walkway, possibly after being injured. Officers have stated that the “devastating injuries” suggest that the case was a suicide, but an autopsy has not yet been completed.
In the event that the police operation was already underway, the teachers and kids were sent an email with instructions to seek shelter. Don’t leave the place; don’t go anywhere. On the email, it was stated that if you were present in the offices, you should lock them, position furniture in front of the door, and switch off the lights.
Petr Fiala, the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, announced that he made the decision to cancel a trip to the eastern part of the nation due to “the tragic events at the faculty of philosophy.” He also stated that he was returning to Prague. Bohuslav Svoboda, the Mayor of Prague, expressed his “complete shock” at the news.
The leaders of Europe have expressed their condolences. Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, expressed her shock at the senseless violence that occurred in Prague today, stating that she was “shocked by the shooting that claimed several lives.” In solidarity with you, we stand and mourn.
Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, expressed his condolences to the victims and their loved ones, while Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary, expressed his “deep shock” by the horrible shooting that took place at Charles University.
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