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Student killed in Ohio fraternity shooting

Two suspects face murder charges

Eleven people were injured and one student was killed in a shooting early Sunday morning at a Youngstown State University, in Ohio, fraternity house. Suspects Braylon L. Rogers, 19 and Columbus E. Jones Jr., 22 have been arrested and charged in the killing. The shooting followed a dispute where the two accused had been kicked out of the party. Student Jamail Jackson, who died from his wounds, had escorted one of the men out of the house before the shooting began. The 11 others, including six students, who were injured are expected to recover. Rogers and Jones, who are not Yongstown students, who are facing murder charges are to be in court Tuesday.

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