Florida high school in lockdown after shooting

Florida high school in lockdown after shooting

"All the kids threw jokes around like that, saying he was going to be the one to shoot up the school, but it turns out, everyone predicted it", said another student. Twelve were killed inside the building and two died outside, he said.

- 12 people were found dead inside the building, two were found just outside the school and another was found dead in a nearby street.

Sheriff Israel, whose own triplets graduated from the high school, said what happened makes him sick to his stomach.

Obin says: "This is a really good school, and now it's like a war zone".

"We were told last year that he wasn't allowed on campus with a backpack on him", Jim Gard, a math teacher who taught Cruz last year, told the Miami Herald. Cruz was reported to be previously expelled from the school. The individual was said to be wearing a maroon shirt and escorted to the police vehicle, according to WSVN. "It's horrifying, as we're finding more information about it, I just want them to know we're thinking about them". The Broward County Sheriff confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the shooter is in custody.

Adding to the chaos, one parent said the school was supposed to have an active shooter drill Wednesday. Her daughter called her to say she was safe but the student also told her mother she heard the cries of a person who was shot.

I've spoken with @BrowardSheriff Scott Israel, @browardschools Superintendent Robert Runcie and FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen regarding Stoneman Douglas High School.

A former student at a Florida high school has opened fire in the school, causing 17 deaths and wounding at least 14 people before he was arrested.

When the suspect was enrolled at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Law enforcement sources told CNN the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is tracing the.223 caliber, AR-15 style firearm used in the shootings.

Student Noah Damiani, who left school early, told Glor his sister texted him while she was barricaded inside of the media center. The number includes suicides and incidents when no one was injured. This is a developing story and will be updated.