Millard South High School Shooting: Gunman In Custody In Omaha
Millard South High School Shooting: Gunman In Custody After Shooting
Update: Omaha High School Shooting: Principal Curtis Case Dead, Gunman Dead, A student and son of a police officer - eyewitness reports
The teen was found by police in a car about 1:30 p.m. after Principal Curtis Case was shot inside the school. A second man also was shot in the school.
At least one of the school shooting victims was taken from the school in critical condition. A medical helicopter took one victim to Creighton University Medical Center. The second victim was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.
Earlier Shooting Story
The alleged gunman involved in Wednesday's shooting at Millard South High School is in custody, Omaha.com is reporting.
It is unclear how many have been injured at the school. At least one, possibly two, were injured. One person was transported from the school in critical condition.
Early reports indicate the shooting occurred in the school's office or a classroom near the office.
The SWAT team is reportedly doing one more sweep before lifting the lock down on MIllard South High School.
Parents in the area are proceeding to Divine Shephard Luther Church, near the high school to await the release of the students.
A SWAT team is doing one more check of the school before lifting the lockdown and getting students out of school.
It is also unclear if the injured are students or staff of the high school.