Frat House Shooting in Ohio Kills 1, Injures 11

By Krystal Shull

February 6, 2011 Updated Feb 6, 2011 at 5:57 PM EDT

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Police say 25 year-old Youngstown State University student Jamail Johnson
was killed when gunfire errupted at a fraternity house early Sunday
morning. Eleven other people were wounded, including six YSU students.

Johnson is believed to have been a senior at the Ohio university and was slated to graduate this year.

The wounded were taken to St. Elizabeth Medical Center for treatment. No word yet on their conditions.

Security has been increased at the university. YSU President Cynthia
Anderson says counselors and clergy will be on campus for anyone needing their services.

Ron Cole, Youngstown State University Spokesman said, "Doctor Anderson and everyone at the University wants to express our
deepest sympathies for the family of the students who lost his life and
obviously to offer up our thoughts and our prayers with the students that were wounded. This is certainly a sad day for the university."

It isn't known at this time what motivated the shootings.




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