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Attaque dans un collège en Crimée: au moins 18 morts

Attaque dans un collège en Crimée: au moins 18 morts

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Kerch, Crimea – 17 October 2018

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1. Tracking shot of people on street near blast site, AUDIO: Siren

2. Emergency workers taking injured away

3. Various of emergency workers and emergency service vehicles at site

4. Emergency Services Ministry workers assisting an injured person

5. Onlookers

6. Various of military vehicle

7. Injured person being driven away on back of truck ++GRAPHIC++

8. Tracking shot of ambulance on road

STORYLINE:

A Russian official said a student attacked a vocational college on Wednesday in Crimea, a rampage that killed 17 other students and left more than 40 people wounded, before killing himself.

The comments by Sergei Aksyonov, the regional leader in Crimea, were the latest in a series of shifting explanations by Russian officials as to what exactly happened at Kerch Polytechnic College in the Black Sea city of Kerch.

Russian officials at first reported a gas explosion, then said an explosive device ripped through the college canteen about lunchtime in a suspected terrorist attack.

But witnesses, however, reported that at least some of the victims were killed in an attack by a gunman or gunmen.

Aksyonov said on television that the student, a local man acting alone, killed himself after the attack.

The Investigative Committee identified the attacker as 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov who was caught on security cameras entering the college with a rifle and firing at students.

The committee said all the victims have died of gunshot wounds, contrasting with previous statements by other officials saying they had wounds resulting from an explosion.

After the attack, local officials declared a state of emergency on the Black Sea peninsula that they had annexed from Ukraine in 2014.

They also beefed up security at a new 19-kilometre (11.8-mile) bridge that links the peninsula with Russia that opened earlier this year.

Military units were deployed around the college.

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