University shooter who killed 6 and injured 47 regains consciousness after leg was amputated to find his parents have 'disowned' him

University shooter who killed 6 and injured 47 regains consciousness after leg was amputated to find his parents have 'disowned' him



The shooter who opened fire two weeks ago in a Russian university will face justice after his leg was amputated and a bullet removed from his chest, saving his life.



Timur Bekmansurov, 18, killed 6 people and injured 47 when he opened fire on the campus of Perm State University in September 2021.



Terrified students jumped out of windows to escape the shooter.







The suspect was immobilised by a traffic policeman and he was initially believed to be in a critical condition.





Timur receiving first aid at the scene of the shooting



However, the latest updates say his leg was amputated below the knee, and a bullet was removed from the right side of his chest.



He regained consciousness and "asked for his parents", but they have "disowned" him, according to reports.



The suspected shooter, who also sustained multiple abdominal wounds, remains under constant 24/7 armed guard in a solitary VIP room of an intensive care unit in the city of Perm.



As many as 18 OMON special forces troops were reported to be guarding him, with each nurse and doctor given an armed escort.



Bekmansurov, a student at the university, has not been interrogated yet but has been disconnected from a ventilator, according to reports.







"His parents have not gone to the hospital nor inquired about their son's health," reported Life.



Another report said: "Doctors of the Perm hospital received an unspoken instruction - everything must be done to save his life."Latest Post
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