A Texas high school student told LBL Channel on Wednesday that four people, including three students, were in the shooting scene in Arlington.
Timberview High School student Maria Shorunke told Breaking News anchor Trace Gallagher that the scene was “chaotic” and did not know whether there was a drill or a real emergency.
“I didn’t know what was happening, whether people were hurt, whether it was real or it was happening at a different school,” Shoranke said while traveling by bus to a nearby performing arts center. Designated as a parent reunion center.
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In the wake of the telephone call, students were heard talking loudly on the bus.
“It’s very chaotic. On social networking sites, my friends are texting me everywhere and they’re telling me that people are dead or people are shot. And I didn’t know what to do,” Shoranke added.
It was reported that the fire had taken place around 9:30 am local time.
First, the cops Confirmed He was under fire at Timberview High School, and its officers were conducting a “systematic search” and working closely with the ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives), Mansfield Independent School District. Its own Police Department, Mansfield Police Department, Grand Prairie Police Department and other agencies.
Was the suspect Marked Timothy George Simpkins, 18, was taken into custody after he fled the scene.
Authorities say a gunman was shot and a total of four people were injured as a result of the collision.
Investigators “believe” two of the victims were victims of gunshot wounds. Three of the victims were students, and one was an elder, possibly a teacher.
Shoranke said she did not know Simpkins in person, but ran across him first at school.