Shooting Theodore Roosevelt High School DC – According to a member of the District of Columbia Council who spoke with News4, a young man was shot and died on Wednesday in the neighborhood of Theodore Roosevelt High School in Northwest Washington, District of Columbia. The information was provided by the member of the District of Columbia Council. The gathering was held in the general area surrounding Northwest Washington, District of Columbia.
The remarks made by the police indicate that the incident occurred in the parking lot that is placed just behind the school that can be found on 13th Street NW. When he was killed, the young man who was taken from us had only recently turned 17 years old. It was reported that the medical staff made haste to transport the young child who was in a severe state to a hospital that was located in the immediate area. This information was provided to us by the law enforcement officials. Supposed witnesses state that they were present at the crime site when they saw medical workers doing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the child.
After some time had passed, a person by the name of Janeese Lewis George, who had been a member of the District of Columbia Council, verified the boy’s death to News4. She shared the news that the infant had been taken from this world with them. It would appear from the facts that she supplied that he finished all of his secondary schooling at that location. Lockdown procedures are currently being carried out at Dorothy I. Height Elementary School, in addition to those already in place at Roosevelt High School and MacFarland Middle School. The Powell Elementary School has been put into a “alert status,” as specified by the D.C. Public Schools.