US: Police say 1 dead, 11 shot at Ohio fraternity house

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February 6, 2011 19:54

 
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio  — Authorities in northeast Ohio said Sunday a shooting at a fraternity house just north of the Youngstown State University campus killed one student and wounded 11 people, including six students.

Youngstown police Lt. Franklin Palmer said the shooting happened during a party early Sunday and no arrests have been made, but police have at least one suspect.

The Mahoning County coroner's office has identified the dead student as 25-year-old Jamail E. Johnson and said he was shot in the head and legs.

Information on the identities and conditions of the wounded was not immediately available.

The school says YSU President Cynthia Anderson met students and their families as the hospital this morning and called it "a sad day for the YSU family."

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