Shooting Reported At Middle School In Noblesville, Ind.

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Julia Nista General Assignment Reporter
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A shooting occurred at a middle school in Noblesville, Ind., with reports of shots fired and one injury Friday.

CNN reported on-air that one person is injured, yet it is unclear if that same person was shot. The school is reportedly on lockdown.

The suspect and total number of injured remains unknown, as well as whether or not there were students involved.

Noblesville, Ind., is about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis.

This is the second reported shooting in a week. Last week, a shooting occurred at Sant Fe High School in Texas. At least 10 were killed, and 10 more were injured. The suspect was identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. (RELATED: 10 Dead, 10 Wounded In Shooting At Texas High School, Sheriff Confirms)

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said of the school shooting in Santa Fe that there were “no warning signs” before the shooting. (Gov. Abbott: ‘No Warning Signs’ Before Santa Fe Shooting)


10:06 am: The shooter has been taken into custody

10:11 am: There have been at least two victims in the shooting, CNN reports on-air.

10:24 am: Two victims were hospitalized according to Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. John Perrine. The respective families have been notified.

Update: A female student from the Noblesville West Middle School is in critical condition, and a teacher who was also wounded is in good condition

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