A gun case happened in Harrow School: two boys were shot in 2 minutes.

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 A gun case happened in Harrow School: two boys were shot in 2 minutes.


Overseas network May 7, according to British Sky News (skynews) news, London police said two boys (schoolboys), aged 12 and 15, were shot in two minutes in the northwestern London School of Harrow. The Scotland Yard said police officers were summoned to HighStreet (Wealdstone) on Sunday at 1:17 p.m. local time on Sunday. A 15 year old boy was found gunshot. Two minutes later, a 12 year old boy was also injured by gunshot wounds at another different but adjacent location on high street. Two boys were taken to hospital. Police said they were waiting for details. Police say no one has been arrested and no firearms have been recovered. Hello, the police sent out that the police were dealing with emergencies. Wilder Stone high street and Palmerston road were temporarily closed. They urged the public to avoid the area. It is known that HarrowSchool, located in the northwestern corner of London, is one of the oldest and most prestigious private schools in Britain and is read more than rich children outside the region. His famous alumni include poet Byron, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and former India leader Nehru. Source: overseas web editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379 The Scotland Yard said police officers were summoned to HighStreet (Wealdstone) on Sunday at 1:17 p.m. local time on Sunday. A 15 year old boy was found gunshot. Two minutes later, a 12 year old boy was also injured by gunshot wounds at another different but adjacent location on high street. Two boys were taken to hospital. Police said they were waiting for details. Police say no one has been arrested and no firearms have been recovered. Hello, the police sent out that the police were dealing with emergencies. Wilder Stone high street and Palmerston road were temporarily closed. They urged the public to avoid the area. It is known that HarrowSchool, located in the northwestern corner of London, is one of the oldest and most prestigious private schools in Britain and is read more than rich children outside the region. His famous alumni include poet Byron, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and former India leader Nehru.