A Michigan community is grieving after four students ages 14 to 17 were killed in a shooting at their high school.

PHOTO: Students, parents, teachers, and community members gather for a vigil at the Lake Point Community Church following a shooting at Oxford High School, Nov. 30, 2021, in Oxford, Mich. (Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images)
PHOTO: Students, parents, teachers, and community members gather for a vigil at the Lake Point Community Church following a shooting at Oxford High School, Nov. 30, 2021, in Oxford, Mich. (Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images)

Three victims died Tuesday in the wake of the shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford Township. The fourth victim died Wednesday. Seven were shot and injured, including one teacher.

The suspected gunman, a 15-year-old student, is in custody.

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Here is what we know about the lives lost.

Madisyn Baldwin, 17

Madisyn Baldwin, set to graduate this year, loved to read, write and draw, according to clickonDetroit.com.

She had already been accepted to some colleges, including with full scholarships, her family said, according to clickonDetroit.com.

Tate Myre, 16

PHOTO: Tate Myre, 16, was one of four students killed during a shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford Township, Mich. on Nov. 30, authorities said. ( )
PHOTO: Tate Myre, 16, was one of four students killed during a shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford Township, Mich. on Nov. 30, authorities said. ( )

Tate Myre was an honors student who was “beloved by all” and had a “bright future,” the Oxford football team said.

Myre, a junior, had been on the school’s varsity football team since he was a freshman, the team said.

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