Winston-Salem police are investigating a shooting that happened on Friday afternoon at Carver High School, which was under lock down but students have since been released.
At least one person is injured, reports News14, and police say they have one person in custody. Police aren’t looking for another suspect.
The injured person is a 15-year-old who was shot in the neck and shoulder but conscious and alert and taken to Baptist Hospital for treatment.
A school system spokesman told Kenny Beck with WWXII that there aren’t any serious or life-threatening injuries.
The school is at 3545 Carver School Road in Winston-Salem in North Carolina.
The home football game scheduled for tonight has been postponed. The school released the students at the normal time, 3:45 p.m. Parents need to pick up their kids at the Carl Russell Community Center.
Student pickup at Carver High School today will be held at the Carl Russell Community Center, 3521 Carver School Road. Please RT
— City Winston-Salem (@CityofWS) August 30, 2013
Approximately 1,000 students attend Carver High School.
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