In Cleveland, Ohio, they are still sorting out details of a multiple shooting at a high school.
It's another school shooting--this time at a small, specialized, technology-focused high school in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
Reports say a 14-year-old male student shot at least two students and two teachers.
Police say the student gunman ended the shooting spree by turning his gun on himself.
One student describes the encounter he had with the shooter.
"I came out of the classroom and I heard a shotgun. I heard another one, so I saw who it was, and he pulled out a gun and he shot at me," explained witness Jeremy River.
Mothers and fathers who arrived at the school say they were not satisfied with the security system in place.
One victim's father says his son called him on the way to the hospital.
The gunman is dead.
The four other victims are all still alive.
One student says the shooter had threatened to "blow up" the school and "stab everybody" last week.
Authorities were able to secure the scene within hours.