Update: the shooter, who was a student at the highschool, is reported to have been killed as a result of a self-inflicted shot. Additionally according to the Sheriff, the student was interested in confronting specific teacher in Arapahoe High School
Another day, another school shooting. In a flashback to the Columbine tragedy, moments ago news broke that there were two people injured during an incident at Arapahoe High School in the 2200 block of East Dry Creek Road in Centennial, Colorado. According to Colorado's 9news, Police are calling it an "active shooter situation." No one is in custody at this time. The identity of the victims is not being released at this time. Arapahoe High School is a part of Littleton Public Schools. There are 70 different classrooms in the high school which covers a 254,000-square-foot area. There are 2,229 students that attend the high school. The school was built in 1964.
More from RT:
The Denver Post reported at around 1:00 p.m. local time on Friday afternoon that the Arapahoe County dispatched confirmed that a shooting occurred at the Arapahoe High School.
Students heard multiple shots coming from the cafeteria, Post reporter Ryan Parker posted on Twitter from the scene shortly after. “Everyone ran out of the school,” he said, and the shooter — allegedly another student — may have also been shot.
Students tell me they heard multiple shots coming from the cafeteria. Everyone ran out of school.— Ryan Parker (@ryanparkerdp) December 13, 2013
RT @ap: BREAKING: Hospital spokesman: 1 student in critical condition after Colo. high school shooting reports— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) December 13, 2013
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