Students were transported to the high school to be picked up by parents.
Two people were injured in a shooting at a school in the US state of in on Friday, with a suspect taken into custody, police said.
A teacher at an IN middle school where a student opened fire with two handguns is being hailed as a hero after reportedly helping to subdue the shooter IN his classroom.
Jowitt said a male student asked to be excused from his class at the middle school, left the classroom, then returned armed with two handguns.More news: Relentless Ronaldo can break more Champions League records in final
"We believe he is the involved suspect", Jowitt said.
Authorities did not identify the victims and did not provide their conditions, but multiple students identified the teacher as Jason Seaman.
"Mr. Seaman started running at him, he's a teacher, a science teacher- he tackled him to the ground, we were all hiding in the back of a classroom behind some desks, then he was yelling to call 911 to get out of the building as fast as we could, so we ran down the stairs and just ran down here, we ran down the sidewalk into Prairie Crossing", the student said.
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A student who wished to not be identified was in the classroom and sitting ten feet away from the student who was shot said the shooter walked in late to class and had a gun in his hand, waiving it around. Seaman underwent surgery and was in good condition Friday night, police said. We need to keep risky weapons out of the hands of unsafe people.
"All students are being taken to the Noblesville High School, parents are asked to pick up there", Perrine tweeted. Students said a 13-year-old girl was hit. However, he did say that a local high school was being monitored by police because of a recent "threat" made against staff and pupils. Both Barnes and Jowitt said a school resource officer was inside the middle school and responded when the shooting occurred. The shooting comes a week after the deadly shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.
"We've had these shootings around the country", Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear said.
As it turns out, Jason Seaman is just the man you need when you want someone tackled: he formerly played college football, as a defensive end for Southern Illinois University's Salukis, and is also a football coach at Noblesville.More news: Football player not NCAA eligible due to cannabis oil