2 students, 1 teacher wounded after SC elementary school shooting
TOWNVILLE – Two children were injured in a shooting at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina Wednesday afternoon, according to a CNN report.
WYFF TV reports that helicopters landed by the school and students were evacuated to a nearby church. The Associated Press reports that one teacher was also injured. The county Coroner's Office tells the AP that the injuries from the shooting do not appear to be life threatening.
Anderson County EMS Director Scott Stoller told CNN that one child was transported to local hospital via life-flight.
“Right now we are still developing information. We are still treating patients,” Stoller told CNN.
Anderson County Sheriff's Office said the teen shooter is in custody.
The school is located near the Georgia state line.
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