Students recount moments after shooting at school

A Baltimore City high school teacher is shot by a visitor, school locked down

Baltimore school shooting: Gunman shoots, injures 1 at Frederick Douglas High School today - live updates

Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore is on lockdown after a staff member was shot.

Officials did not release any information on the staffer's condition. On Twitter, school officials stressed students and remaining staff are safe.

The suspected shooter was immediately subdued and taken into custody, Conaway said. Police say when they arrived they found a 56-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his lower torso. We only learned about the shooting from a cousin who works for the school system.

Dr. Sonja Brookins Santelises, chief executive officer of the Baltimore City Public Schools, said in a statement that the school will review its safety and security protocols in light of the shooting. "If it wasn't for the swift action of Baltimore city police, one of whom was unarmed, it would have been much worse". "They don't keep those things on all day", he said.

'We didn't hear a thing from the school. A message would have been nice, ' said Keith Young, a claims adjuster who rushed through traffic to pick up his stepson, Terrence, a 10th grader. The officers were working in the school at the time of the shooting.

'My question is: How does that 10-0 vote look now?' Boatwright asked outside the school. Boatwright asked outside the school.

A shooting investigation is underway at Fredrick Douglass High School. A confrontation ensued, and the gunman shot the older man. The suspect is in his 20s, officials said during a press conference.

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