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Freshman, 15, Dies After Shooting Near Delaware High School Already Struck by Tragedy

Howard Technical High School Student Killed

Students at Howard Technical High School mourn the death of their fellow classmate Brandon Wingo, after he was shot on a crowded street after school. Tim Furlong has the details from Wilmington. (Published Friday, May 20, 2016)

For the second time in less than a month, a Delaware high school mourned the death of one of its students.

A gunman shot 15-year-old Howard High School of Technology student Brandon Wingo in the head just blocks from the Wilmington school Thursday afternoon. Gunman Kills Wilmington 9th GraderGunman Kills Wilmington 9th Grader

Counselors will be at Howard High School of Technology on Friday to help students cope after a ninth grade student was shot and killed just blocks away from the school. This is the second student to die this month, following the death of Amy Joyner-Francis who died after a fight with other students in a school bathroom.
(Published Friday, May 20, 2016)

"I am sorry to have to inform you that a 9th grade Howard student was shot at approximately 3:20 this afternoon in Wilmington at the 900 block of Clifford Brown Walkway," said principal Stanley Spoor. "He was transported to Christiana hospital and died of his injuries. Counselors and support staff will be available at the school (Friday)." Second Howard High Student KilledSecond Howard High Student Killed

Officials at Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington say that a ninth grader was shot and killed Thursday on a city street. This is the same high school that Amy Joyner-Francis attended. She died after a fight in the school's bathroom.
(Published Friday, May 20, 2016)

The shooting scene is about a 5-minute walk from the Wilmington School where 16-year-old Amy Joyner Francis died following a fight in a school restroom. Three girls face charges in Joyner-Francis' death.

Wilmington Police didn't immediately give a motive or give a suspect description in Thursday's shooting. They asked anyone with information to contact the Homicide Hotline at 302-576-3939 or text an anonymous tip to 888777. A $10,000 reward is available for information leading to an arrest and conviction.