Shooting 'hits close to home': Evers says 2 of his children graduated from Oshkosh HS
The shooting at Oshkosh West High School “hits especially close to home” for Gov. Tony Evers, as two of his children graduated from the school, the governor said on Tuesday.
Evers’ statement comes after a 16-year-old student there
before the officer then opened fire on the teen, injuring him.
“What happened in Oshkosh today hits especially close to home for Kathy and I—two of our kids graduated from Oshkosh West when our family lived in Oshkosh, and our hearts go out to all of the folks at Oshkosh West and the Oshkosh community as they grapple with today’s events,” the governor said in the release.
According to Evers: