(CHARDON, Ohio) — A high school in Ohio was locked down early Monday morning after a lone gunman opened fire, shooting at least four people.
Authorities were called to Chardon High School — about 30 miles east of Cleveland — just before 8 a.m. Four people suffered gunshot wounds, according to officials, who refused to comment on the severity of their injuries.
The shooter has been apprehended and remains in custody, officials say. No other details are known at this time.
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