Oregon shooting victims
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A gunman fired nine people, and they have killed an Oregon community college campus they took divergent paths to the little rural college, ranging from teens starting college for the first time to adults who were looking for next profession. One was an assistant professor of English at the college.
The awful group is shooting in Oregon history also wounded numerous others at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. The gunman died by shooting a police. A few family members took to social media early after news of the shooting broke, expressing concern that they hadn’t yet heard from relatives. A lot of used that similar platform to state their heartbreak once their most awful doubts were severe. They were very sad.
Dietz was taking classes at the same college as her daughter, who was unhurt in the shooting, Stryk said.
“That’s the tragedy here, is that this is a woman who was just trying to better herself,” he said.
Dietz’s ex-husband, Eric, is the vineyard manager, and both were still close friends, Stryk said.
Stryk said that the two had met in Southern California, but that Kim Dietz was originally from England.
“She was a very energetic, very kind, generous soul,” he said. “Kim was an exceptional woman.”
Authorities released the identities of the victims Friday.
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