1 Dead, 4 Wounded in Ohio High School Shooting
CHARDON, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say two of the four students injured in a fatal shooting at an Ohio high school are in critical condition.
Police Chief Tim McKenna says the investigation into Monday's shooting at Chardon High School "is going to be very long."
Officials had said earlier that one student had died and four were injured. A teenager described as a bullied outcast was arrested shortly after the shooting.
A student who witnessed the attack says it appears the suspect targeted a group of students sitting in the cafeteria.
Officials say they will focus in the next few days on grief counseling for survivors and families. Classes will be canceled Tuesday.
A candlelight service is being planned for Tuesday evening at a church across from the school.
- Gunfire Leaves Two Dead, Seven Wounded in Pittsburgh Clinic Shooting
- School Shooting Leaves 4 Wounded in Ohio
- Classes Resume at Ohio High School After Shooting
- 2 dead, up to 16 injured in nightclub shooting
- 5 dead, 5 injured In Santa Monica Shooting
- School Shooting In Ohio
- Second Student Dies in Ohio School Shooting
- Teen Charged as Juvenile in Ohio School Shooting
- Community Holds Vigil for Those Lost in Ohio School Shooting
- Shooting at Spanish Trace Apartments; 1 dead, 2 injured