Families recall spirit of Kentucky school shooting victims

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Mystery Holt, who got a telephone call from her little girl before she passed on, stated, "Whatever I could hear was voices and turmoil out of sight and she couldn't state anything". Messages of hope and healing at the entrance leading to the high school.

Friends and other people who know Parker, who played in the school band, said that he was shy and a "grandma's boy", who would go fishing with his grandparents.

Reed said her grandson is also 15, like the shooting suspect and their two slain classmates, and is haunted by the horror he saw.

Police have not publicly identified the 15-year-old accused of opening fire Tuesday at Marshall County High School. "The University of Louisville actually sent her two jerseys of her favorite players, and they have been nothing but extraordinary to our family", Tubbs said. "Zero school shootings in Canada so far this year", tweeted Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action, a gun control activist group, after the Kentucky shooting.

She said Cope also loved history. In nearby counties, students gathered in prayer circles before classes began Wednesday.

Governor Matt Bevin has declared Sunday as a Day of Prayer for Marshall County.

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"Yesterday was one of those days where as a governor you lose three years of your life in a day".

"Our community's eyes and ears are what has stopped a lot of crimes and bad tragedies in the past", he said.

The grief is overwhelming for the families of Bailey Nicole Holt and Preston Ryan Cope, the two 15-year-olds who were killed.

Schools were closed county-wide on Wednesday, but elementary and middle schools will reopen Thursday, Superintendent Trent Lovett said.

Tubbs said, "They started school together, and they.ended school together". Her co-worker Ann Beckett told the Courier Journal that the editor, Mary Garrison Minyard, learned that her son Gabe Parker was behind the shooting, which killed two of his classmates and injured 18 more. But he said he believes God intervenes on behalf "of his people" when they call out to him in prayer. The suspect was arrested at the school and appeared in front of a judge Thursday, according to Assistant County Attorney Jason Darnall. "We have no information to indicate that he had any particular target in mind". "Attempted murder is an offense which takes into account motive and specific intent", but why he did it is still being investigated. Previously, police said four students suffered other injuries.

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