Three students from Cashmere High Faculty have been at a mosque for Friday prayers when an attacker burst in as part of a rampage that left 50 lifeless across the New Zealand city of Christchurch. When courses resume Monday, none will probably be there.
Two of the students are presumed lifeless and the third is within the hospital with gunshot wounds.
The daddy of 14-yr-previous Sayyad Milne informed the New Zealand Herald his son was last seen lying on the ground of the mosque bleeding.
Principal Mark Wilson stated counselors and trauma specialists will probably be available when courses resume.
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He noted that faculties could be a protected place for youngsters coping with trauma. He is additionally encouraging students to take up their own acts of affection to counteract the tragedy.