ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — The victims of the deadly Oregon college shooting ranged in age from 18 to 67 and included several freshman students and a teacher.
Authorities on Friday identified the nine victims as 19-year-old Lucero Alcaraz, of Roseburg; 18-year-old Quinn Glen Cooper, of Roseburg; 59-year-old Kim Saltmarsh Dietz, of Roseburg; 18-year-old Lucas Eibel, of Roseburg; 67-year-old teacher Lawrence Levine, of Glide; Jason Dale Johnson, of Winston; 18-year-old Rebecka Ann Carnes, of Myrtle Creek; 44-year-old Sarena Dawn Moore, of Myrtle Creek; and 20-year-old Treven Taylor Anspach, of Sutherlin.
A statement from Eibel’s family says he volunteered at a wildlife center and animal shelter. He was studying chemistry and loved to play soccer.
The victims included a freshman who was active in Future Farmers of America and loved to play soccer. Another was an 18-year-old who graduated from high school in June and was in his fourth day of college.
Yet another was a 34-year-old who was proud of himself for recently enrolling at Umpqua (UHMP’-kwah) Community College.
Cooper’s family says he was funny and compassionate and loved dancing and voice acting.
A statement from Johnson’s family says he was a Christian and recently enrolled in school.
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin also clarified Friday that nine people were injured in the shooting.