A Spelman College student was shot and killed early Thursday on the campus of nearby Clark-Atlanta University.
The shooting happened about 12:30 a.m. in the 200 block of James P. Brawley Drive, according to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office.
The victim, Jasmine Lynn, of Kansas City, Mo., was “walking southbound on James P. Brawley when she was struck in the chest by a stray round from a group of individuals involved in a physical altercation on Mitchell Street,” Atlanta police Lt. Keith Meadows said.
An 18-year-old student from Clark-Atlanta was also wounded when he was struck in the wrist by a stray bullet, Meadows said.
That student’s name has not been released.
“At this point, we have not been able to determine the nature of the altercation on Mitchell Street. However, we are questioning a number of witnesses,” Meadows said. “We have not been able to determine whether any of the individuals involved in the physical altercation were actually students from Clark-Atlanta or any of the surrounding colleges.”
Meadows said that detectives “don’t have a clear description on the shooter himself. We are working with university officials in an effort to develop security footage.” Meadows said security cameras “probably captured the incident.”
Danays Marquez, a Morris Brown College freshman from Miami, said she heard “at least five [gunshots], back to back.”
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