Seattle college student Jon Meis, who has shied away from the spotlight since he ended a campus shooting by pepper-spraying the gunman last week, issued a written statement Monday saying it’s hard to accept his status as a hero.
A day after a gunman opened fire at Seattle Pacific University, Seattle police released three 911 calls recorded shortly after the shooting.
People have donated more than $22,000 in less than a day through an online fundraiser for the student who thwarted the shooting.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray identified the student as 19-year-old Paul Lee
An attorney speaking for the man suspected of going on a shooting rampage at SPU says he’s sorry for the suffering he’s caused
While many are still reeling from Thursday’s tragedy, others are showing their gratitude of Meis’ actions with a small yet touching gesture: contributing to his wedding gift registry.
A student building monitor at Seattle Pacific University disarmed the gunman after he entered the foyer at Otto Miller Hall, and several other people jumped on top of him and pinned him down until police officers arrived, police said
The woman underwent a underwent a five-hour surgery and remains in critical condition
When a lone gunman armed with a shotgun at a small Seattle university stopped firing at students to reload, another student pepper-sprayed him and subdued him with the help of others and prevented more deaths, police said.
Seattle police have confirmed that at least four people have been shot at Seattle Pacific University