Gunman shoots 5 at US high school

Teenager opens fires at suburban Ohio school
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A student gunman opened fire with a handgun in the cafeteria of a high school near Cleveland on Monday, fatally wounding one boy and injuring three other boys and one girl before he was chased from the building by a teacher and gave himself up, police said. (Getty Images)
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The injured students were rushed to area hospitals where a boy identified as Daniel Parmentor, 17, died at MetroHealth System in Cleveland. Parmentor, a high school junior, went to a nearby vocational school where he studied computer science, and was waiting in the cafeteria for a bus when the gunman opened fire. (Getty Images)
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"We are shocked by this senseless tragedy," said a statement from Parmentor's family, provided by MetroHealth. "Danny was a bright young boy who had a bright future ahead of him. The family is torn by this loss. We ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time." (Getty Images)
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The Ohio shooting is the worst at a U.S. high school in 11 months and the worst in Ohio since late 2007, according to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. (Getty Images)
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One of four other victims was in critical condition at MetroHealth and was undergoing surgery, according to Auburn School Superintendent Maggie Lynch. A 17-year-old boy was in serious condition and an 18-year-old girl was stable at Hillcrest Hospital in suburban Cleveland, a spokeswoman said. The condition of the fourth injured student was not known. (Getty Images)
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A Chardon High School student, Danielle Samples, 16, who was in the cafeteria at the time of the shooting, told Reuters she heard a series of "pops" and someone yelled to run down the hallway into a classroom. While Samples was in the hall, she heard another round of pops. (Getty Images)
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She said the shooter was not a Chardon student, but a student at Lake Academy in Willoughby, which serves at-risk students. He was at Chardon waiting for a bus. She said the student lived with his grandparents and sister.(Getty Images)
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Police have not formally identified the gunman, but students, parents of students and local media said his name was T.J. Lane. By early afternoon, police and FBI had surrounded a brown house on Wilder Road in a rural, wooded area of Chardon identified in public records as belonging to Thomas Lane. A canine unit was brought into the house. (Getty Images)