Crime Shooting at Idaho Middle School Injures 2 Students, 1 Adult
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Two students and one adult were shot and injured at an Idaho middle school Thursday morning.
Authorities said the victims of the shooting at Rigby Middle School in Jefferson County sustained non-life threatening injuries, according to.
A male student is in custody, thereports.
According to the East Idaho News, the adult worked as a custodian at the school.
"Today we had the worst nightmare a school district could encounter. We had a school shooting here at Rigby Middle School," Jefferson School District Superintendent Chad Martin said,reports. "What we know so far is the shooter has been apprehended. There is no further threat to the students."
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Students were evacuated from the school and brought to the local high school, where they were picked up by their parents.
"I am praying for the lives and safety of those involved in today's tragic events," Idaho Gov. Brad Little. "Thank you to our law enforcement agencies and school leaders for their efforts in responding to the incident. I am staying updated on the situation."
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