Metal detectors weren't operating at middle school where shooting occurred

Feb. 4, 2013
Atlanta district officials say detectors at Price Middle School have not been used for most of the year.

VIDEO from 11AliveNews: Officials with the Atlanta school district say that metal detectors were not operating at a middle school where a student was shot. Neither of the two detectors at Price Middle School were in use when a 14-year-old student was wounded by a gunshot Thursday. The student was treated for his injury and released from the hospital later that night. The alleged shooter, a 15-year-old student, was charged in the shooting.

Earlier: Student shot at middle school in Atlanta.

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