A couple of hours ago, the Broward Sheriff Department notified the public of an active shooter at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

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According to the Sun Sentinel, there were 14 victims, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The agency did not say how many were fatalities.

A man in custody, wearing a red shirt, black pants and black boots, was seen being placed on a gurney. At 4:47 p.m. he was seen being wheeled in to Broward Health North hospital in Deerfield Beach.

FBI agents were on the scene interviewing students asking for anyone who saw the shooter.

“You’re ok!” One student said as she cried and hugged her friend who had just come out. “You’re safe now, don’t worry.”

Samuel Dykes, a freshman, was on the third floor of the school when he said he heard gunshots, and saw several bodies in a classroom.

SWAT told the class to keep their eyes forward as they exited the school, Dykes said.

Watch students comforting each other after the horrific massacre at Marjory Stoneman High School:

https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/963893095975870467

BREAKING: A video has emerged of police arresting the suspected shooter who killed multiple people and injured up to 50 others at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

The suspect has not been identified yet, but he has been described as a white male in a red shirt. It is not known the total number of people injured. Coral Springs Mayor Skip Campbell has said that there are “multiple fatalities.”

Moments ago, the Broward Sheriff Department notified the public that the suspect was in custody, but they are still treating it as an active crime scene.

Fox News reported on air Wednesday that the suspect was part of a “gun chat” online.


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