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Tragic day at a little-known Oakland Christian school

Monday, April 2, 2012

Oikos University, the little known independent Korean school near Oakland International Airport that today was the site of one of the bloodiest campus mass murders in California history, doesn’t show up on a list of accredited universities. Which makes it all the more ironic that it will be remembered now as the place where a disgruntled former nursing student is alleged to have shot and killed seven people before calmly turning himself in five miles away at an Alameda Safeway store.

Add: Of the few details known about the alleged gunman, 43-year-old One Goh, the Chronicle reports that he had lived in Virginia before moving to Oakland to attend the Christian-oriented school and that he had lost his mother and a brother in the past year.

Above, breaking news video from Fox News captured the chaos as victims were wheeled outside on gurneys.

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