Transcript for High school student shot after stabbing school officer
We turn next tonight, and to the second school scare in 24 hours in Wisconsin. This time, an armed student allegedly stabbing an officer at a high school. The officer then opening fire. ABC's Alex Perez is on the scene tonight. Reporter: Tonight, panic and fear rippling through another Wisconsin high school. I believe I have a very bad wrist injury. That was bleeding very bad. I got one student I believe is shot. Reporter: At 9:12 A.M., a call coming in from a school resource officer at oshkosh west high school. Police say a 16-year-old student armed with a sharpened object attacked the officer. The student produced a weapon and stabbed the officer, at which time the officer fired on the student, striking the student one time. Reporter: The school on lockdown. Some students evacuating the building in the chaos. It was really scary. They said lockdown, but everyone was running out of the school. Reporter: Anxious parents waiting in line for hours to be reunited with their kids. Super scary for a parent. I'm very relieved that both of my kids are okay. Reporter: This less than 24 hours after this 17-year-old student was shot in another Wisconsin school. Tonight, authorities releasing an image of officers giving the wounded suspect medical attention. Police now saying he was aiming a pellet gun he brought to settle a dispute with another student. And investigators say he had a handgun in H backpack. And David, investigators here do not believe the two shootings are connected. The injuries to the teacher and student in today's incident are not life threatening. It's been a tough 24 hours for a lot of people here in Wisconsin. No question about that. Alex, thank you.
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