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Massacre at Utøya

Some 600 children are on 22 July 2011 gathered at Utøya in Tyrifjorden in Nordre Buskerud on Labour Youth League’s annual summer camp. The time is 17.27 Nordre Buskerud Police statement on shooting on the island.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen / NRK
 

Kjetil Vevle, central member of AUF, publishes the following on the social networking site Twitter at 17.52:Someone shoots at Utøya. Update the police! «. More twitter messages flowing in from the terrified youth on the island. They report that more are made.

Many young people choose to swim to get away from shooting the drama.

Photo: Marius Arnesen / NRK
 

NRK journalist Marius Arnesen is one of the first to arrive at the site and films the island from a helicopter.When he later examines the images he has taken, he realizes that he has been more drama than he did. In the picture we see the killer executed more young people in the coastal zone.

Photo: Marius Arnesen / NRK
 

The first to arrive to help the young people are locals and campers nearby. They will look to the island in small boats, and picks up young people who are in the water.

Photo: Marius Arnesen / NRK
 

As youth arrive in the mainland, assist local people with blankets and warm clothing, and carrying youngsters to Sundvollen Hotel.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen
 

On Sundvollen Hotel created reception for survivors and their families.

Photo: Ingunn Andersen / NRK
 

Youth is received by the rescue workers, and carried on to Sundvollen.

Photo: Edvardsen, Morten / Scanpix
 

Injured taken out from the island and transported to the mainland.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen
 

Some of the camp participants are so badly damaged that they must receive first aid from the pier before they can be carried away by rescue workers.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen
 

Injured carried away in an ambulance.

Photo: Edvardsen, Morten / Scanpix
 

Many of the most severely injured flown by helicopter to Ullevål Hospital.

Photo: Larsen, Håkon Mosvold / Scanpix
 

A base is created on the mainland, and large parts of the rescue efforts headed from here.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen / NRK
 

Police and rescue workers at Utøya.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen
 

The press arrives quickly Sundvollen. From here they report to and abroad. During the weekend arrives too much foreign press.

Photo: Ingunn Andersen / NRK
 

Survivors of the massacre meet their relatives. Heartbreaking scenes utspinner in the courtyard.

Photo: ODD ANDERSEN / AFP
 

18 year old Jorgen from Hamar experienced shooting drama at Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya up close. Late Friday night, he speaks with the press on Sundvolden hotel.

Photo: Larsen, Håkon Mosvold / Scanpix
 

16-year-olds Kavitiraa Aravinthan (left) and Hana Barzingi from Skjetten Akershus experienced shooting drama at Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya up close. They saved themselves by throwing themselves into the water and swim to the mainland where they were taken care of by private individuals.Late Friday night, they reunite with their parents on Sundvollen hotel.

Photo: Larsen, Håkon Mosvold / Scanpix
 

Parts of the E6 blocked off after the massacre. Also, when the country introduced stricter security.

Photo: Teigen, Trond Reidar / SCANPIX
 

Ambulances running shuttled between Sundvollen and hospitals.

Foto: Kim Erlandsen
 

Search for the missing continues into the night.

Photo: Gjersøe. Peder / Scanpix
 

AUF leader Eskil Pedersen was on Utøya when the massacre started. Saturday morning he holds press conference at Sundvolden Hotel.

Photo: Larsen, Håkon Mosvold / Scanpi
 

A clearly marked Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg arrive Sundvollen hotel Saturday.

Photo: Andersen, Christopher Øverli / Scanpix
 

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and the royal family visiting relatives and victims of the attack against Labour Youth League summer camp.

Photo: Andersen, Christopher Øverli / Scanpix
 

A large international press corps meets Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg after the meeting with the relatives and victims of the massacre.

Photo: Andersen, Christopher Øverli / Scanpix
 

Exploration crews continue their search for missing Saturday morning.

Photo: Meek, Tore / Scanpix
 

High activity of Utøya also on Sunday.

Photo: Teigen, Trond Reidar / SCANPIX
 

Crown Princess Mette-Marit talking with relatives after Utøya tragedy. Her half-brother, the police officer Trond Berntsen (51), worked as a guard at the event on Utøya, and was one of the first people who lost their lives there.

Photo: Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters
 

We search for missing the mini-submarine in Tyrifjord.

Photo: Teigen, Trond Reidar / SCANPIX
 

The public has laid flowers and lit candles on the mainland by Utøya.

Photo: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / afp 
 
 
Πηγή: http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/norge/1.7725968
 
 
 

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