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Nashville Police Chief John Drake has stated that a car found near Covenant School provided a lead to the shooter’s identity. However, the investigation is still ongoing, and no identification has been made for the shooter or victims of the shooting that occurred on Monday. The police are still determining how the shooter, a 28-year-old white woman, was able to gain access to the school. The school has a protocol for handling a school shooter.
The perpetrator of the shooting was a 28-year-old female student at the Covenant School, according to the police. The families of the six victims have been notified but have not been identified. Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake was emotionally impacted by the tragic event and did not disclose any information about the victims’ ages.
In response to the shooting, President Joe Biden expressed his condolences to the victims’ families and praised the police for their quick response. Biden emphasized the need to take action against gun violence, which is affecting the country’s communities and soul. The shooter was carrying two assault weapons and a pistol, and Biden urged Congress to pass his assault weapons ban to prevent further tragedies.