A Nevada school shooting leaves two people dead and two with gunshot wounds in the hospital at this time. According to Fox News live on Oct 21, a teacher and the shooter are the two people reported dead, with the teacher being called a hero for intervening and saving the lives of students today.
According the Fox News website on Oct. 21, the shooting occurred at a middle school outside of Reno, Nevada. A student told the newspaper a teacher saw a student with a gun and when he told him to put the gun down, the teacher was shot. Fox News live reports that when the teacher approached the student with the gun it gave a group of students time to run from the gunman. It is reported, but not confirmed, that the shooter is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The Reno Gazette Journal reported earlier that the injured are two students who were shot, both male minors, and they are in critical condition. One is undergoing surgery, reports Fox live.
The count of dead and injured at the Sparks Middle School near Reno, Nevada at this point is one student, who was the shooter, and a teacher is also dead. Two students were shot and are in critical condition at a local hospital. Angela Rambo, spokeswoman for Renown Regional Hospital in Reno said they have received two patients from the shooting. Both are male students and they are minors, according to USA Today. One of the students is undergoing surgery for their wounds.
There are no names released and no motive for this middle school shooting has been reported as of this time.