A student is shot and killed and two others are hurt during a shooting at a Louisiana’s St. Helena College & Career Academy; Teen taken into custody
- The local sheriff confirmed at least one student is dead
- Two other students were wounded and taken to the hospital
- Police say a 14-year-old has been taken into custody
One person was killed and two people were hurt when a teen opened fire at a Louisiana high school, according to reports.
The shooting was reported around 3:30 p.m. at St. Helena College & Career Academy in Greensburg, Louisiana.
One person was killed in the shooting, according to the St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Office. One injured person was taken to the hospital by helicopter, while another injured victim was taken via ambulance.
The injured people were all students.
Authorities said they have arrested a 14-year-old student in connection to the shooting.
The local sheriff has confirmed that one person is dead following the shooting at St. Helena College and Career Academy High School in Greensburg, a city to the northeast of Baton Rouge
The name of the alleged shooter has not been released.
No motive has been released for the shooting, according to WAFB. The incident happened as school was being dismissed.
A police presence was at the school in the hours after the shooting.
St. Helena College & Career Academy is located in northern Louisiana about an hour’s drive from Baton Rouge.