MONTERREY.- Four minor children and a North American American schoolteacher were seriously injured after one of the students used a .22-caliber weapon inside the classroom.
The suspect first shot the teacher and then his companions and attempted to shoot himself in the head, but realizing that the gun was no longer bullets, reloaded and shot in the mouth.
The wounded were identified as 14-year-old Luis Fernando Ramirez, Ana Cecilia and Maribel Chávez, 15, as well as teacher Cristina Solis and the alleged perpetrator.
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The minor was responsible for depression therapies, sources said.
State security spokesman Aldo Fasci reported that two of the wounded were transferred to the University Hospital and three more to a private hospital.
Elements of the homicide center region of the State Agency of Investigations guarded the area in coordination with Civil Force.
Dozens of parents came to the school to pick up their children after learning what happened.
Aldo Fasci, said the parents of the person responsible are already being interviewed.