Who are hunter high school shooting victims? Two hunter high school students were fatally shot, and a third was wounded Thursday in West Valley City. The shooting stemmed from a fight between two groups of students, police said.
Where shooting happened?
The shooting happened on the sidewalk along 4100 South, between the northbound and southbound lanes of Mountain View Corridor, according to West Valley City police
Who are the dead victims?
Hunter High school shooting victims: The two students killed were 14-year-old Tivani Lopati and 15-year-old Paul Tahi, both students at Hunter High School.
The wounded student was 15 and was hospitalized in critical condition. Police didn’t release that student’s name, but Granite School District tweeted a statement identifying the teen as Ephraim Asiata and said he attends Hunter High.
According to the “Principal [Ryan] Oaks indicated that wounded victim Ephraim remains in critical condition and the family would appreciate prayers [on] behalf of their son, nephew and cousin,”.
Who are the Suspects of Hunter High school shooting?
According to police tweets Thursday night, A 14-year-old boy whom officers suspect to be the shooter was booked into juvenile detention and 3 others were questioned.
The shooting stemmed from a fight between two groups of high school students, West Valley City police spokesperson Roxanne Vainuku said at a Thursday news conference. The students involved knew each other, she added.
Police recovered a gun they believe is connected to the shooting, West Valley City police tweeted.
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