The Seattle Police Department has released 911 audio from Thursday afternoon's shooting, which killed a student and injured others, at Seattle Pacific University. Authorities said that they wanted to share the story of the bravery of those who calmly called the police and who subdued the shooter. The Associated Press reported on Jon Meis, the student security volunteer who used pepper spray on the shooter while he was attempting to reload to shoot more people. An article in The Seattle Times detailed the long history of mental health problems and a longstanding interest in the Columbine shootings of Aaron Rey Ybarra, who is charged in the shootings.
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