Oregon Shooting Victim ID'd As Police Reveal New Details

Oregon Shooting Victim ID'd As Police Reveal New Details
Police say a popular gym teacher was shot but managed to alert school officials and help begin evacuation.

Police are making public new details in Tuesday's school shooting in Oregon, including the victim's name and info on the teacher who helped stop the attack.

14-year-old Emilio Hoffman was shot and killed by a shooter who's yet to be identified by police. Hoffman was a freshman at the targeted school, Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon. (Via KGW-TV)

KOIN reports the shooter entered through the school's gym and fired shots in a men's locker room. Some outlets called the shooter a student and said he died of self-inflicted wounds, police haven't confirmed that or much else.

"Likewise, we will not comment on the specific weapon used at this time other than to say it was a rifle."

Police did reveal Tuesday evening that a gym teacher, Todd Rispler, was shot but was able to alert school officials and begin evacuating the school. The Oregonian says Rispler is well-known in the community and a former star athlete at Reynolds High.

Rispler's injuries are reportedly not life-threatening. Troutdale's killings mark the nation's 74th school shooting since Sandy Hook in December 2012.