School shooting Florida: the number of victims is unknown (updated)

School shooting Florida: the number of victims is unknown (updated)

Authorities reported shooting in high school, Florida, visited by 3, 208 children — students in grades 9-12.

According to police, the shooting started at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at 5901 Northwest Pine Island Rd, Parkland, on Wednesday afternoon. CBS reports at least 20 victims. Now students and wounded are evacuated. It is not known how seriously injured.

#BSO is working a developing incident regarding a report of an active shooter located at 5901 Pine Island Rd, Parkland. Here’s what we know so far: deputies are responding to reports of a shooting at Stoneman Douglas High. There are reports of victims. PIO will be on scene 3:15pm.

— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) February 14, 2018

«BSO has received information about the shooter at Pine Island Rd, Parkland, the incident is being investigated. Here’s what we know at the moment: the police arrived at the school Stoneman Douglas High after reports of a shooting. There is information about the victims. PIO will be on site at 15:30».

One of the students hiding from the shooter in the locker, managed to connect with CBS Miami.

«Suddenly there was a loud sound… People crying,» he wrote in the message.

One of the Schoolgirls hiding with his friend in the closet, heard in the classroom were injured. She wrote her father in the message, since did not hear shots.

At the scene of the fire, and FBI SWAT, the shooter is still at large. Authorities have asked local residents to stay as far away from the shooting scene.

According to Margate Fire Department, suffered a 20 to 50 people. CNBC reports at least one of the victims.

It is known that the shooter was a male. According to unconfirmed reports, this could be one of the students.

NEW: Photo from a student in the school barricaded in a classroom at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High where an active shooter incident is underway pic.twitter.com/rBVrENjtCM

— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) November 14, 2018

One of the kids Caella, Dodoo told CBS News that at around 14:30 the fire alarm went off. It was not the first time that day, but soon the students heard about six gunshots. Then, according to Dodoo, I started to panic.

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