At least one student is dead and several others are injured during a shooting at a Kentucky high school Tuesday morning, Radaronline.com can exclusively confirm.
"Police were dispatched at Marshall County High School this morning in response to a shooting," a spokesperson for the Marshall County Sheriff's department told RadarOnline.com.
According to the Kentucky Governor, Matt Bevin, one student is dead and several others are injured.
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Helicopters were called to assist and transport students to the hospital.
Police confirm one suspect has been arrested in connection to the shooting.
"Quite a few family members are here and someone needs to round them up somewhere," an officer can be heard saying over the police scanner. "Kids are in the woods hiding behind the baseball field."
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