Transcript for Heroes praised in wake of school shooting, allegedly by student
Now we're learning about a shooting at a middle school in Idaho. Staff members springing into action, potentially saving ABC's will Carr spoke to students and parents. Reporter: This morning, new details on the heroic actions taken by a teacher and a custodian inside Rigby middle school after authorities say a sixth grade girl pulled out a gun and started firing. We just heard, like, like, three loud bangs. Reporter: These students are returning to the baseball field just one day after they and 1500 classmates went into lockdown. Hiding in closets and under Krista gneiting, a math teacher sprang into action. She grabbed the gun away from her, and then there's one who said she tackled her and just waited for them to arrive. Reporter: Now we're learning the school custodian, Jim Wilson, acted bravely as well. This situation happened in the hallway, and that custodian put himself in front so that bullets would not hit other children. Reporter: Wilson and two others were injured. All have since been released from the hospital. This morning, with the sixth grade suspect in custody, authorities aren't commenting on the motive, and students say they're shocked. I knew the shooter. Her older sister is one of a good friends of mine. Were you surprised yesterday? I was really surprised. Reporter: Now, after the most terrifying day of their lives, these teen baseball players are trying to return to some sense of normalcy, and their parents could not be happier. There was definitely angels around all our kids that day. It could have been a lot worse, and thank goodness for those teachers and brave kids. Reporter: Nobody died in either of these shootings, and now Idaho's governor is praising law enforcement and the school system for their actions, guys. Will Carr, incredibly
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