We're going to turn now to this frightening headline. Two high school shootings in one day. In North Carolina, one student wounded by another when an argument outside school erupted in gun fire before... See More
We're going to turn now to this frightening headline. Two high school shootings in one day. In North Carolina, one student wounded by another when an argument outside school erupted in gun fire before the start of class. And then this disturbingly familiar image from Kentucky today. Students filing out of class, their hands on their heads. After another young gunman opened fire. ABC's gio Benitez with what we've just learned from authorities tonight. Reporter: Tonight, another school looking more like a battlefield. Police moving in after a teenage shooter opens fire at the firm creek high school in Louisville. An all-too familiar scene in America. Kids leaving school in fear. Senseless. Unacceptable. This cannot happen in our schools. Reporter: But it did. And for hours, that shooter was on the loose. One student was injured in the shooting. Wheeled out on a stretcher. Hundreds of parents rushing to the school, their kids describing the scary scene. There was some kid that was making a ruckus and he was making a lot of noise, so, I looked back and some teachers trying to calm him down. Next thing you know, a gun went off. He's pulling a gun out. The doors were locked. The students went for cover inside the building and they stayed there until the clear was given for them to be able to evacuate. Reporter: Late this afternoon, word that the shooter was caught the reportedly another student, a teenager, with a gun. And right now, we're told the injured student is recovering at the hospital, expected to be okay. This, as the FBI, for the first time, releases a report on mass shootings. In the past six years, David, an average of 16 shootings a year. All right, gio, thank you.
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