A shooting at McEachern High School in Cobb County, Georgia, injured two persons but did not endanger their lives. On Friday, the police provided this information. Cobb County Police stated that the victims were not McEachern pupils. According to a fresh statement from the Cobb County Police Department, McEachern High School is now safe following a thorough investigation by authorities.
Two people have suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a shooting at McEachern High School in Cobb County, Georgia, US. Police gave this information on Friday. Cobb County Police said the victims are not current McEachern students.
According to a recent statement from the Cobb County Police Department, McEachern High School is now safe following a comprehensive assessment by law enforcement. Work has begun to return the students to their families.
The Cobb County Police Department said on Twitter that McEachern High School is now judged safe following an exhaustive assessment by law enforcement. The reunification process has begun, allowing the students to securely return to their families.
According to police, the shooting took place in a college parking area and injured no McEachern students.
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“We are interested in assuring the community that no McEachern students were harmed,” he said. The incident happened in a school parking lot and involved people who were not students.
A Cobb County School District spokeswoman stated that the two people who were shot were not McEachern students.
He went on to say that Cobb School Police and Cobb County Police have secured the campus and are aggressively investigating both individuals’ identities as well as the surrounding circumstances.
The representative stated that the university was in ‘Code Red‘ and that police were on campus. For the protection of both kids and staff, parents would not be permitted on campus and buses would not run until the Code Red was removed.
We will provide the public with additional updates as they become available, according to the spokeswoman. Parents and guardians are welcome to accompany their students to the reunion spot, according to police.
The Cobb County Police Department stated on the Please Travel from Richard D Sellers Pocky to Macland Road that it will be closed.
Earlier, the police department said they were responding to McEachern High School to assist campus police, as well as informing them there was a shelter in place and all traffic was diverted onto New Macland Road and the next It has been closed till notice.