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Three injured in shooting at St. Mary's County high school in Maryland


Three people were injured in a shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland on Tuesday morning, according to a county spokesman.

No fatalities have been confirmed in the shooting at the school at 21130 Great Mills Road, which happened just before 8 a.m., county spokesman Tony Jones said from the emergency operations center. Two of the victims are students, Jones said. None of the victims’ conditions were released.

The St. Mary’s County school is on lockdown and students are being evacuated, Jones said. It’s unclear where in the school the shooting happened.

By 10 a.m., students were being evacuated from Great Mills. “The building is orderly and the Sheriff’s Office is conducting an investigation,” St. Mary's County Public Schools said on Twitter.


Parents are being asked to meet their children at a reunification site at Forrest Career Technnical Center in Leonardtown. Details about any injuries or the person who fired shots was not immediately available.

“There has been an incident at Great Mills High School,” the department tweeted. “Parents please DO NOT respond to the school.”Th



So so sad. :(

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1 hour ago, Gregexplore said:

So kids at 17 years of age can get hands on guns :confused:


Officials identified the alleged shooter as Great Mills student Austin Wyatt Rollins, 17.


Unless firearms are locked in a gun safe, kids of ANY age can get their hands on a gun.  :( 

Even then, the key's location/safe's  combination can't be general knowledge.

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