After a shooting at Oxford High School in the United States on Tuesday, Nov. 30, three people were killed and six others were injured, all of whom are believed to be students.
Around 12:55 p.m. today, a shooting occurred in a section of the school where many history classes are held.
Multiple patrol and EMS units, as well as SWAT and aviation units, were dispatched to the active shooting scene, according to police.
At a press conference, Oakland County Undersheriff Michael McCabe said the suspect, a 15-year-old sophomore, is in custody. According to him, a handgun was also discovered.
Before being apprehended, the suspect fired between 15 and 20 shots.
Just before 1 p.m., authorities received a 911 call reporting an active shooter at the school, according to McCabe. He told reporters that dispatch received over a hundred 911 calls. Within five minutes of the initial call, the suspect was apprehended at the school.
He said, “The suspect fired multiple shots, and there are multiple victims.” “When he was taken into custody, he did not put up any resistance.”
A teacher is one of the six people injured. Officials say they’ve all been taken to hospitals for various injuries.