Indiana School Shooting Leaves Teacher and Student Wounded

Indiana School Shooting Leaves Teacher and Student Wounded

The shooter was not injured, police said. Indiana State Police Cpt.

The school confirmed that there was a shooting, writing parents, "Shots have been reported at Noblesville West Middle School".

UPDATE (11:33 a.m. ET): The Noblesville Police Department held a press briefing Friday following the shooting.

The students were taking a test in science class, and the suspect asked to be excused. A teacher was able to swat the gun away. We understand at least one student and an adult may be injured, and we are praying for the best. Authorities did not provide their conditions.

Jeremie Lovall said his daughter, a seventh-grader, was in Seaman's classroom when the shooting started. The last day of this school year is in one week, June 1.

"Well, my ex-wife called me and she was hysterical and couldn't even talk", he said. There are officers on the scene ensuring students and staff there are safe. The severity of their injuries is unknown.

The son of a WISH-TV producer has said that a shooter is in custody.

One person was injured but it was not clear if that person had been injured by a gunshot, Chatterton said.

Thirteen-year-old Chris Navarro says he was in an auditorium at Noblesville West Middle School when he heard the shots Friday morning about a minute before the bell rang for the change in classes.

The threat prompted a lockdown at the high school, the district said in email to parents.

Police confirmed that threats were also made to surrounding middle schools.

The male student was detained shortly after firing off his rifle early Friday morning.

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Following reports of the shooting, a number of politicians tweeted their thoughts, including former governor of Indiana Vice President Mike Pence.

This time the incident took place in a middle school north of Indianapolis.

Parents were advised that if they did not receive a phone call from school officials, their children were fine.

Investigators believe the student acted alone, though he didn't release the boy's name or the names of the two victims, who were taken to hospitals in Indianapolis. She had no information on their ages or the seriousness of their injuries. Seaman reportedly tackled the gunman during the attack, preventing further injures.

He that a school resource officer assigned to the campus was inside the building and responded.

The shooting occurred one week after 10 people were killed at school in Santa Fe, Tex.

The Carmel Fire Department wrote on Twitter that first responders were headed to the scene and that a suspect was in custody.

Emergency services in IN are on the scene today after Noblesville West Middle School was put on lockdown when a gunman opened fire.

This item has been corrected to reflect that the shooting was at a middle school, not a hospital.

No other details were immediately available.

Aerial news video showed rows of students being evacuated and escorted to school buses. "Indianapolis stands with Noblesville".

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