Florida shooting: Suspect in custody as 'number of fatalities' reported at high school - live

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Suspect in custody following shooting at Florida high school Gunman reportedly wore gas mask and set off the fire alarm 14 victims of school shooting, Broward sheriff confirms "Multiple fatalities" confirmed by school superintendent Shooting is 13th in a US school this year so far   Police in Florida have arrested a teenager after a mass shooting at a high school in the town of Parkland. Florida senator Bill Nelson, said he had been told several students were killed. "It is quite alarming, but it appears there are a number of fatalities in this terrible tragedy," he told MSNBC. Some pupils said a fire alarm went off at around 2.40pm and they went outside. Then they began to hear sounds like "balloons popping" and see teachers acting frantically. One pupil said they heard five or six gunshots and people began running back into the school. Another said their friend had texted her



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