One student has been wounded in a shooting at Erie High School in Erie, Pa.
Police responded after multiple shots were fired Tuesday morning inside the school, reports Erie News Now.
The victim was treated at a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries and was in stable condition.
Police did not release details on where the shooting occurred, but Mary Theuerkauf, president of the Erie Education Association said it occurred in a school hallway. Students and teachers witnessed the shooting, reports GoErie.com.
Classes have been canceled for the rest of the week.
Superintendent Brian Polito released a statement:
“We are devastated and angered by this senseless tragedy, and we are all hoping for the full and speedy recovery of the student involved,” said Polito.