Indiana middle schooler returns to class with 2 guns, shoots peer, teacher: 'I was thinking, it&
A middle school boy allegedly opened fire at an Indiana school Friday morning, police said, leaving a teacher and another student injured on the heels of the school shooting in Sante Fe Texas on last week that left 10 dead.
"I heard gunshots and a few screams," a seventh-grader who was across the hall from the shooting told ABC News. "I was scared, I was in shock."
The suspected shooter, is a student at Noblesville West Middle School, which is located about 27 miles north of Indianapolis. Reports are that they he asked to be excused from class and then returned to the room armed with two handguns.
The teacher knocked the handgun out of his hand and wrestled him to the ground. The same teacher and student victims were shot in that room, according to the police department, adding that the situation was resolved quickly and the suspect, who wasn't injured, was taken into custody.
The two victims were taken to local hospitals. Authorities did not identify the victims and did not provide their conditions.