Finland school shooting: ‘Teachers hid students in dark, locked classrooms, did not allow phone calls’


Teachers closed classroom doors to protect their students after the school shooting in Vantaa on Tuesday morning, students and parents said.
More than 100 worried parents had to wait outside the school for more than three hours before police finally deemed it safe to escort the children out, some of them crying with relief as their parents hugged them. Planted.
One of the parents was Samuela Ano, 35, who arrived at the school to pick up her 9-year-old son. Anno said, “He sent me a message around 09.30, saying mom, everything is fine, I'm fine, our teacher is teaching us books, but I didn't understand the message.”
He was later alerted by a friend that a shooting had occurred at the school. Another mother, Tanja Hitamiz, said it took an hour for her daughter to send a message that she was safe.
“She said they were in the dark, closed classNot allowed to talk on the phone but can send messages.” A mother who said her 5th grade Russian-speaking son was bullied at school said he did not feel safe at school. “(My son ) recently talked about the fact that he is afraid of school shooting,

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