Bre Larson, who is studying psychology at Umpqua Community College, had plans to complete her homework in the school library on Thursday at 10am, the New York Post reported.
The 19-year-old Roseburg resident shared that a powerful premonition struck her and stopped her from going to the campus.
‘I had planned go to there to make a Power Point presentation for my speech class. It’s my favorite place to study,’ Larson told the Post.
‘I set my alarm for 9am, but I got this weird feeling.
‘I was talking to myself, thinking, should I go? Something didn’t feel right. It was sort of an instinct.’
The second-year student said that she went to a gym to work out instead.
‘When I heard that was the time of the attack, I was shocked,’ Larson told the Post.
‘I can’t really say I escaped, that’s not fair to the others who didn’t make it. But I’m thankful to be here.’
Larson shared that she’s not looking forward to going back to the campus.
‘We are dreading the day we have to go back to campus. It’s eerie knowing people died there. It’s just so sad,’ she told the Post.
Powerful: Larson (above), who is a 19-year-old student, shared that a powerful premonition struck her and stopped her from going to the Roseburg, Oregon school campus
Fundraiser: Larson (right) has created a T-shirt fundraiser where all of the proceeds will be donated to the victims’ families
In the meantime, Larson has created a T-shirt fundraiser where all of the proceeds will be donated to the victims’ families.
The shirts, which are priced at $15, say ‘Pray for Roseburg’ across the front.
A prayer vigil was held Friday for the nine shooting victims at a Wal-Mart parking lot in Roseburg.
Many people from the community and surrounding areas came out to mourn those who lost their lives.
Mourning: Women mourn during a vigil at a Walmart parking lot in Roseburg, Oregon, on October 2, 2015
Prayers: June and Dave Gregory pray during a vigil for victims of a mass shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, on October 2, 2015
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