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15 Febrero 2018

At this time it's unclear if he was speaking about Feis.

The shooting occurred on Wednesday afternoon at a high school in Parkland, which is located about 70 kilometers north of Miami. He knows the school layout.

The motive behind the shootings is still unclear.

"It is a horrific situation".

How many people were killed?

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Cruz was caught in a nearby town, and was taken to a hospital after being arrested.

The family of one of the students killed during a mass shooting in Florida have paid tribute following the "senseless" killings.

"He was crazy about guns", Mr Williams said, speaking by the side of the road near the high school. Potentially there could have been signs out there. Five are suffering from "life-threatening injuries", police said.

The shooter, identified as Nikolas Cruz, 19, was taken into police custody. Wearing a gas mask, he then opened fire with an AR-15 machine gun and shot countless rounds of ammunition, reported police.

Broward County Sheriff confirmed at least 14 injured people having been transferred to the hospital, before tweeting "It's catastrophic".

A FLORIDA high school was the scene of a brutal Valentine's Day shooting. Television footage from the site showed scared school students rushing out of the school building.

In one video, people are screaming "Oh my God!" as gunshots rang out. I can't go up the stairs.

"I saw some bodies".

School officials said Cruz had been expelled from the school for disciplinary reasons. He says not all victims were carrying identification and thus couldn't be quickly identified.

Florida Governor Rick Scott said the shooting was "absolutely pure evil".

Several other major-leaguers, including former Cubs teammate David Ross, also sent messages via Twitter on Wednesday. "No child, teacher or anyone else should ever feel unsafe in an American school".

Four in Your Corner is looking into what schools in Southwest Florida are doing to keep students safe in the wake of the Parkland school shooting.

"He used to break things around the school just for the fun of it. He was not a good kid".

Online, the shooting renewed calls for stricter gun control in the country.

"You come to the conclusion that this is just absolutely pure evil", he said.

17 sent to hospitals after school shooting — The Latest