Three people were killed and six others were injured in a shooting Tuesday at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit, authorities said.
The suspected shooter, a 15-year-old sophomore, is in custody, Oakland County undersheriff Michael McCabe said at a press conference. A handgun was also located, he said.
The three people killed are all believed to be students, the undersheriff said. Their identities have not been released.
Authorities received a 911 call about an active shooter at the school just before 1 p.m., McCabe said. More than 100 911 calls came in to dispatch, he told reporters.
Among the six who were wounded, one is a teacher.
The scene remains active with multiple police, ambulances and SWAT at the school.
“We are still doing a secondary search of the school for any further victims,” McCabe said.
All of the students who were evacuated will be taken to a store in the area to be reunited with their families.
Oxford High School is located about 45 miles north of Detroit.
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