(ABC NEWS) Four students were injured after a 14-year-old allegedly walked into the lunchroom at Madison Junior/Senior High School in Middletown, Ohio, and started firing, authorities said today.
Two of the students were hurt by the shooting and two were injured by flying shrapnel, said Anthony Dwyer, Chief Deputy of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office. None of the injuries are life-threatening, Madison Local Schools said, adding that all students were safe.
The suspect ran out of the cafeteria and up the hill in front of the school building after the shooting, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said at a news conference this afternoon.
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