Multiple Injuries Reported In Spokane, Washington High School Shooting


– At least six people have been shot at a public school near Spokane, Wash., and a suspect is in custody, according to reports.

An employee at the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center told the Spokesman-Review that six people were wounded.

Two victims are in stable condition at the hospital, CBS affiliate KREM reported.

Spokane public schools posted a tweet shortly before 2 p.m. EST that a lockdown was in effect near Freeman High School in Rockford.

At least five ambulances and a LifeFlight helicopter were sent to the scene, the newspaper reported.

Annie Baxter, whose two daughters attend a middle school across the street from the high school, told the Spokesman-Review that kids were running into buildings when she pulled up at about 10:15 a.m. local time.

Classes were about to begin because it’s a “late start” day, Baxter said.

“They did a modified lockdown drill yesterday,” she said. “I thought it was weird because they wouldn’t do (a drill) two days in a row.”

Baxter told the paper she was being held in a multipurpose room with about 30 other people in Freeman Elementary School.

She said she was told that at least one person was shot but was expected to survive.

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