One student is shot and two others are injured in a shooting at St. Helena College & Career Academy in Louisiana. Teen taken into custody
- The local sheriff confirmed that at least one student was dead
- Two other students were injured and taken to the hospital
- According to police, a 14-year-old was arrested
One person was reportedly killed and two people were injured when a teenager opened fire at a Louisiana high school.
The shooting was reported at St. Helena College & Career Academy in Greensburg, Louisiana around 3:30 p.m.
According to the St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Office, one person was killed in the shooting. One injured person was taken to hospital by helicopter, while another injured victim was transported by ambulance.
The injured were all students.
Authorities said they arrested a 14-year-old student in connection with the shooting.
The local sheriff has confirmed that one person is dead in the shooting at St. Helena College and Career Academy High School in Greensburg, a city northeast of Baton Rouge
The name of the suspected shooter has not been released.
No motive for the shooting was revealed WAFB. The incident occurred when the school was closed.
There was a police presence at the school in the hours after the shooting.
St. Helena College & Career Academy is located in northern Louisiana, about an hour’s drive from Baton Rouge.