One student was killed and four were injured in a shooting Monday morning at a high school in suburban Chardon, Ohio, authorities have reported.
A suspect was taken into custody, but his name was being withheld because he's a juvenile, said Chardon Police Chief Timothy McKenna. The suspect, who is believed to be a student at the school, has yet to be charged, the chief said.
McKenna announced the death and injuries in a televised briefing. The injured students were hospitalized, McKenna said, but he gave no additional details on their conditions.
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Earlier, officials had said the gunman opened fire with a handgun in the school cafeteria about 7:30 a.m. The victims were found in three separate locations.
An adult forced the gunman out of the building, and he was arrested nearby, McKenna said.
The deadliest shooting at a high school was on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Colorado. Two seniors -- Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold -- killed 12 students and one teacher. They also injured 21 other students; three people were injured while attempting to escape. The pair later committed suicide.
Columbine was the fourth-deadliest school massacre in United States history -- after the 1927 Bath School disaster, 2007 Virginia Tech massacre, and the 1966 University of Texas massacre.
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