There is still too much noise in the media, but so far it's known that:
Four people were killed and another seriously wounded in a shooting at a Jewish high school in the southern French city of Toulouse, French media reported on Monday.At least three kids and one teacher are dead. Several others are wounded, although it's difficult to find numbers at this time.
Update: Children aged three, six and 10, and a religious education teacher have been killed in today's shooting at a Jewish school in southwestern France.
Update 2: The incident claimed the lives of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 3-year-old and 6-year-old sons Gabriel and Arieh and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego, daughter of school headmaster Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego. A 17-year-old has been seriously injured.
An interesting detail came up in RT (Russian TV) report:
According to a preliminary investigation, the man opened fire with an automatic pistol before switching to another when it misfired. French police say the first automatic weapon employed had a caliber of 11.43, the same as the gun used to kill three French soldiers in the area last week.While 11.43 (mm) may sound an unusual caliber, it is actually a pretty standard 0.45 inch pistol, not rare at all. Still, not a typical European gun, and it could be that its use, together with the use of a motorcycle, points to the same terrorist who killed one soldier in Toulouse and two in Montauban.
Update. It was the same gun, apparently:The gun used to kill four people at a Jewish school in Toulouse on Monday morning was the same used in the slaying of three French soldiers in two separate incidents over the past eight days, French police said.