Former SIU football player 'hero' in school shooting

Three injured shooter detained at middle school in Indiana

Three injured shooter detained at middle school in Indiana

Students and parents told multiple media outlets that Seaman helped stop the shooter, who pulled out a gun and opened fire while a seventh-grade class was taking a test, according to students.

Landis said she works for the high school. One student had an ankle fracture. She also asked users to pray for the student who was shot.

Jason Seaman, a former defensive lineman at Southern Illinois, has been identified by parents and students as the teacher who intervened to help stop a shooter at a middle school in IN on Friday.

Two people are hurt after a shooter opened fire in an in middle school.

There was a threat at Noblesville High School, and it was placed on lockdown. "I got a "Mom, I'm scared" text message and other than that, it was "come get me at the high school, '" Higgins said".

Vice President Mike Pence tweeted, "Karen and I are praying for the victims of the bad shooting in Indiana". David Bursten says they have the means to track down the call, and that person will be arrested and prosecuted to the highest degree.

"Two victims have been taken to Methodist Hospital and family notification of the victims has been made", Patrol Officer Bryant Orem said in an email.

Vice President Mike Pence, who is from IN, said on Twitter he and his wife, Karen, are "praying for the victims of the awful shooting".

The suspect is reportedly a student who asked to be excused from class but later returned with two handguns, Noblesville Police Chief Kevin Jowitt said, according to the IndyStar.

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An eighth-grader says he counted 16 gunshots inside his suburban Indianapolis middle school during a shooting that authorities say left a student and a teacher injured. The suspect in that shooting, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old student at the school, is also alleged to have placed rudimentary bombs in the area. However, hospital officials said three people were injured in the shooting, including at least one adult.

Higgins told WTHR-TV that her son was shaken up but that he knew little of what happened.

Noblesville West Middle School is located about 27 miles north of Indianapolis.

A hectic scene erupted outside of the middle school as parents frantically searched for their children and school officials worked to load students into buses. She didn't know the seriousness of their injuries. The middle school has about 1,300 students in grades 6-8.

The shooting comes a week after 10 people were killed at a school in Santa Fe, Texas.

During a news conference on Friday afternoon, authorities said they will not officially release the identity of the victims.

Helicopter footage showed dozens of police officers milling around the school.

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