Tragic reports have confirmed the death of an upstate college student who passed away in a horrifying broad daylight attack.
According to reports from local media sources, the student was identified as 21-year-old Elizabeth Howell who passed away on Friday.
She was a student of medical education and was reportedly found by cops lying on the side of College Park Road. Moreover, sources from the New York Police revealed how her body was covered in gunshot wounds.
Investigations into the tragedy have revealed how the gunman involved chose to bombard her with bullets down a street that was near her campus. But it has been revealed how the attacked had no affiliation with the school as revealed by both cops and the school’s administrators.
The educational institution was identified as SUNY Postdam where the student’s body was found nearby to the street that leads there.
The alleged shooter was identified as 31-year-old Michael J. Snow who was arrested by the police on Saturday and was then slapped with charges relating to second-degree murder.
At the start, the police had tried to urge citizens in the community to stay home and safe, also voicing their concerns on how they should keep their doors locked and prefer to travel in groups, instead of alone.
Shortly after that, they confirmed the news regarding the horrifying shooting that took away the precious life of one young girl.
It’s still not clear whether or not the victim and suspect knew one another but the school has reiterated how the suspect had no affiliation with the educational institution, whatsoever.
The victim’s loved ones say that Elizabeth was expected to graduate this year. Now, they are mourning her death and waiting for answers from the police regarding the tragic shooting incident.
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