911 Call of School Shooting
A 911 call revealed more about how people inside High Springs Community School coped with a scary incident just minutes after Tuesday's shooting. On Wednesday, school officials reported normal attendance as teachers, counselors, and cops tried to answered all the children's questions. Investigators said 63-year Robert Nodine fired at a resource deputy and High Springs police officer before they returned fired Tuesday afternoon. In the 911 call, a school employee tried to find out what exactly was happening outdoors.
"Yes. Shots were fired into this building, multiple shots were fired which was the first room I came into.. I'm glad I came into this room. Oh my God," said the school employee.
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