The ambulances come and go through the gates of Garissa University College, as townspeople strain from a distance to see what’s going on.
Soldiers shoo and drag them away, but they keep coming back.
In this small town, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) from the Somali border, nothing much usually happens.
But not so Thursday, when Al-Shabaab militants raided the Kenyan campus, leaving 147 dead.
A day later, there are still bodies on the school grounds waiting to be transported off.
A medic said most of the victims had been shot from behind, in the back of the head.
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