(From CBS News)
Sixteen-year-old Jaelynn Willey is in critical condition after she was wounded by a gunman at Great Mills High School in Maryland Tuesday. Another student who was shot is in good condition.
A school resource officer stopped the gunman but it is still unclear if the gunman was killed by the SRO or by a self-inflicted wound. Authorities are examining security camera footage and have searched his home to determine the motive.
Shortly before opening bell at Great Mills High School on Tuesday, 17-year-old Austin Rollins opened fire in a hallway with a semi-automatic handgun shooting Willey and a 14-year-old boy.
Rollins’ neighbor, Aaron Foreman, is surprised that the same boy that played catch with his son could do this.
“Austin was a pretty quiet kid, wasn’t a troublemaker,” Foreman said. He says Great Mills joins a growing list of communities shattered by school gun violence.