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Gravely wounded by an arrow fired into his head, a Wyoming college instructor still managed to wrestle with his 25-year-old son who carried out the attack and give his students time to flee the classroom, say police who hailed the actions as heroic.

More grisly details of the horrific murder-suicide in Wyoming came to light Saturday, a day after the younger man killed his father's live-in girlfriend and then barged into his father's computer science class and shot him in the head with a high-powered bow and arrow.

As James Krumm, 56, then fought with son Christopher Krumm of Vernon, Conn., during Friday's attack, the handful of students in the Casper College classroom escaped.

Christopher Krumm had just stabbed to death 42-year-old Heidi Arnold at the home she shared with James Krumm two miles away.

When police arrived at the classroom, they found Christopher Krumm bleeding from self-inflicted knife wounds and taking his last breaths.

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That is so sad.

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What I don't get is the students escaped, yeah cool just leave the instructor there. I mean the guy had a crossbow, a one shot deal, they could of jumped him before he got off another shot, but they all ran???

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What I don't get is the students escaped, yeah cool just leave the instructor there. I mean the guy had a crossbow, a one shot deal, they could of jumped him before he got off another shot, but they all ran???

They probably figured he had guns and knives on him to use on them if they stuck around.

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Hes a scum bag regardless, he should of just killed himself and left everyone else out of it.

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