TOWNVILLE, S.C. — Two children and a teacher were shot Wednesday at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina, Anderson County EMS Director Scott Stoller told CNN.
"Right now we are still developing information. We are still treating patients. One of the children was life-flighted to Greenville Trauma Center, Stoller said.
The suspected shooter, a teenager, is in custody, according to Sheila Cole, spokeswoman for the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities were called to Townville Elementary School at about 2 p.m. in reference to an “emergency situation,” according to WHNS.
Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore, who is also a paramedic, told the Independent Mail two children have been shot and their injuries do not appear life-threatening.
The teacher was also hospitalized. The full extent of the injuries are not known at this time.
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