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Teacher in Custody After Gun Fires at Georgia School

A teacher was taken into custody at a north Georgia high school Wednesday after a person barricaded themselves in a classroom, according to tweets from the local police department.No children were in danger at Dalton High School, according to tweets from the Dalton Police Department, but one student’s ankle was injured during the evacuation. Police had received a report of shots fired. Graham Praised by Trump as ‘America’s Pastor’ Under Rotunda A handgun fired at least one shot, NBC affiliate WRCB reported, and the teacher surrendered and was taken into custody without injury.The school was evacuated and locked down, police said. Parkland Students Ease Back Into Classes After Shooting The incident comes two weeks after a deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida. One Twitter user who appears to be a student tweeted at the National Rifle Association, which has backed President Donald Trump’s proposal to arm some school teachers to prevent school shootings, to argue that the measure would not make schools safer.”@nra my favorite teacher at Dalton high school just blockaded his door and proceeded to shoot. We had to run out The back of the school in the rain. Students were being trampled and screaming. I dare you to tell me arming teachers will make us safe,” user @_omg_chondi_ wrote in the tweet, which had about 1,500 retweets within an hour. ICE Arrests Over 150 in Raids Across Northern California An Instagram account associated with the user’s Twitter account appeared to corroborate that she is a student at Dalton High School.Students were being taken to a trade and convention center, where police asked parents to meet them.Photo Credit: WRCB
Source: NBC San Diego

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