A Shooting at a School in Greensburg, Louisiana, Killed One Student and Hurt Two Others.

On Tuesday, a tragic incident unfolded at St. Helena High School in Greensburg, Louisiana, resulting in the loss of one student’s life and critical injuries to another. The unfortunate event occurred at approximately 3:30 p.m. local time during school dismissal, as reported by a representative from the St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Department to ABC News.

Additionally, a third student sustained injuries, and it’s important to note that all three individuals involved were students of the school, according to the representative. The critically injured student was promptly airlifted to a nearby hospital, and their current condition remains unknown.

Law enforcement authorities, including sheriff’s deputies and the crime lab, are present at the scene, alongside city police officers, as confirmed by official sources. A suspect, identified as a 14-year-old student, has been taken into custody, as reported by ABC News.

The St. Helena Parish School District conveyed a message addressing this tragic incident on its Facebook page, stating, “A tragic incident occurred on the campus of St. Helena College and Career Academy. The scene is still active, and we are working closely with authorities at this time.”

In response to this distressing situation, the district has decided to cancel school until Friday, with plans to provide grief counselors for students upon their return.


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