Authorities in Broward county said they've received several "copycat threats" the day after a gunman opened fire and killed 17 at a Florida high school. As students evacuated, she heard six gunshots and everyone started running back inside the school, Baltzer told CNN's Sara Ganim.
He says the suspect was previously expelled for disciplinary reasons.
When the shooting started, Feis - a school security guard, as well - reportedly stepped between the shooter and students, taking bullets in the act.
He was taken to a nearby hospital before being released into police custody.
A SWAT truck at the scene of the attack. Two others died of their injuries in local hospitals.More news: Crop loss: Maharashtra seeks ₹200-cr relief from Centre
Cruz was captured in a quiet neighborhood about two miles from the school.
"If you are on a website and you know something or you see something". He was later apprehended and is now in police custody.
It was not immediately clear where Lynda and Roger Cruz reportedly had lived on Long Island. "It's time to pray for the families'". "We are going to do whatever we can to come together as a community to come through this".
Scott Israel, Sheriff of Broward County, (L) and Florida Governor Rick Scott speak to the media.More news: Trump's 4.4 trln United States dollars budget to shift spending focus, increase deficit
Trump offered "prayers and condolences" in a tweet Wednesday afternoon, followed up by a tweet that said he and Gov. Rick Scott were "working closely with law enforcement in the wake of this bad shooting". "No child, teacher or anyone else should ever feel unsafe in an American school", he added.
It was reported that Cruz was a former student who had been expelled.
It's incredibly sad that these mass school shootings have become a trend and hope that things change for the better.
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