Arapahoe High School
The Denver Broncos wide receiver sent out a touching video to the survivors of the Arapahoe High School Dec. 13, 2013 shooting in Centennial, Colo. He revealed he had a similar scary experience when a gunman entered his own high school, and called for the students to ‘stick together’ in this difficult time.
Eric Decker, star of Eric & Jessie: Game On, sent an emotional video to the high school students who survived the Dec. 13 Arapahoe High School shooting in his home state of Colorado, where student Karl Pierson, 18, entered the school with a gun and ended up killing his classmate Claire Davis, 17, and himself. Unfortunately, Eric experienced survived a scary gun situation in his own high school, and gave some words of support and advice to everyone involved.
So sad. The lone victim from the Dec. 13 high school shooting lost her battle and died on Dec. 21 in a Colorado hospital. She was only 17 years old.
Since the devastating shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. on Dec. 13, the nation had been holding out hope that there would be zero fatalities from the violent incident. Tragically, that cannot be the case after Claire Davis, 17, died on Dec. 21. She had been in critical condition since the shooting.
So sad. Claire Davis, a senior at Arapahoe High School, has been identified as the girl who was tragically shot at point-blank range during a school shooting on Dec. 13. The teenaged victim is still in critical condition at a Colorado hospital, hanging on to her life.
There was only one gunshot victim from Karl Pierson‘s, 18, Dec. 13 attack on his own school, Arapahoe High School. And while this most recent school shooting could have been so much worse, the lone victim, 17-year-old Claire Davis, is still hospitalized and in critical condition.
The boy who brought a shotgun to his Colorado high school on Dec. 13 and subsequently shot and critically injured one student has been identified as Karl Pierson, an 18-year-old student who was seeking revenge on a teacher.
On the one-year anniversary of the tragedy at Sandy Hook, the nation is unfortunately reeling from another fresh school shooting. The scary incident took place on Dec. 13 at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. when a student of the school opened fire, critically injuring a 15-year-old female student before killing himself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Hours after the horrible act of violence, authorities released the name of the shooter.
So awful! Two people were shot at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado. The suspected shooter, confirmed to be a student at the school, was found deceased in the school building, appearing to have died of a self-inflicted gun wound.
Police confirmed that two people were injured at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. on Dec. 13, and the teenage male suspected shooter died of apparent suicide. The school is in the Littleton Public Schools system in suburban Denver, the same as Columbine High School, which was the site of an awful school shooting massacre in 1999, and a few miles from the Aurora movie theater shooting of 2012.