David Kozak Shooter: Prague Charles University shooter died by Suicide

David Kozak Shooter

David Kozak Death: According to reports, David Kozak died by suicide after he shot and killed three people and injured twenty others.

What happened at Prague Charles University?

A mass shooting at a Prague university has resulted in at least 11 deaths, including the gunman, and left 24 others injured, as per official reports. The shooting unfolded on the fourth floor of the Charles University Faculty of Philosophy building.

Amidst the chaos, some students sought refuge by climbing out of windows and onto ledges. Sadly, one girl lost her grip and fell, becoming the fourth victim of the attack. As multiple police cars arrived at the scene, Kozak reportedly took his own life, initial information suggests.

Prague’s mayor has confirmed the shooter’s suicide. The Czech Ministry of Internal Affairs verified the lone perpetrator, prompting the evacuation of the entire university building.

David Kozak’s cause of death

Preliminary reports suggest that Prague Charles University shooter David Kozak shot ten people and wounded 20 others before ending his own life. Kozak’s death may have occurred by falling from the roof, with indications pointing towards a self-inflicted gunshot, as mentioned by the mayor.

The alarming final messages of the Prague Charles University shooter, David Kozak, were shared on social media before today’s tragic mass shooting in Prague.

Incidents of gun crime are infrequent in the Czech Republic. In December 2019, a 42-year-old gunman took the lives of six individuals in a hospital waiting room in the eastern Czech city of Ostrava before fleeing and eventually fatally shooting himself, according to the police. In 2015, another tragic event occurred when a man fatally shot eight people at a restaurant in Uhersky Brod before taking his own life.

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