Blood banks across the Northwest put out a call for donations in the wake of a mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg on Thursday morning.
Late Thursday afternoon, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said 10 people are dead and 7 people are injured, 3 of them critcally. The sheriff's office could not say whether the shooter was included in the account of the dead.
A ‘family unification center’ was quickly set up at the Douglas County Fairgrounds after the shootings where students and faculty arrived to meet families and be taken to safety.
It was suppose to be a post-retirement, cross-country camping trip and now an Indiana family is searching for their missing, Portland-area son, 22-year-old Trace Tipton.
A 40-year-old who speaks using sign language and has the mental capacity of a 5-year-old boarded a MAX train and vanished Thursday night, police said.
Ten people are dead and at least 7 others were injured in a mass shooting on the Umpqua Community College campus in Roseburg, according to the Oregon state Attorney General's Office.
The man left at a local hospital with stab wounds early Wednesday morning and his attacker have been identified, the Eugene Police Department said Thursday.
The tragic events were met with an outpouring of grief and support from Oregon’s public officials, hoping to console a state reeling from the violence.
Video from 1:30 p.m. press conference with Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin.
Hanlin said officers exchanged fire with the suspect, and that the suspect is dead.
He declined to comment on the number of people killed or injured.
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