An armed man stormed an Ohio school and injured at least four students, Fox News reports.
The gunman burst into the lunch room at Madison Junior High School in Ohio’s Butler County. He then bolted from the building. Soon after he wounded the four students a K-9 unit caught him in woods nearby the school.
At this point, investigators are not sure if the gunman was a student at the school. The suspect’s name has not yet been released.
One of the victims was shot in the leg. Another victim was shot in a more serious area of the body but is expected to survive nonetheless.
Currently, the school has lifted its lockdown. Parent Ken Gairland said, “It was painful… hard to concentrate.”
Rodney Muterspaw, police chief of nearly Middletown, said, “I just cleared the scene there and it is hectic.”
The junior high school has about 250 students.
Thank god no students were killed during the shooting. We will keep you up-to-date on this situation as more information becomes available.