A deadly shooting at a Michigan high school that authorities have said was carried out by a 15-year-old boy was “entirely preventable,” according to a lawsuit seeking $100 million in damages filed on Thursday against the school district and its officials on behalf of two sisters who survived the rampage.
The 44-page lawsuit was filed in federal court on behalf of Riley Franz, 17, who was shot in the neck, and her sister Bella, 14, who was next to her at the time. Their parents, Jeffrey and Brandi Franz, also are plaintiffs in the lawsuit. Riley Franz was among the six students and a teacher seriously injured in the gunfire.
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BREAKING: The parents of two sisters who survived the Oxford High School shooting have filed two $100 million suits against the district and its officials for failing to stop the mass shooting. #mileg https://t.co/zb5NdEqsNz
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