Chief says student school shooter had 2 handguns
Update Friday 3:02 p.m:
The injured seventh-grade teacher that tried to stop the shooter is Jason Seaman, according to a report by the IndyStar.
Update Friday 2:25 p.m:
A police chief says an Indiana middle school student asked to be excused from class, then returned with two handguns and opened fire.
Noblesville police Chief Kevin Jowitt says a student and teacher suffered gunshot wounds in the Friday morning attack at Noblesville West Middle School.
Jowitt says the student was quickly taken into custody and didn't confirm accounts that the teacher tackled the shooter after he fired four to six shots.
The wounded teacher and student were taken to hospitals in Indianapolis. Officials haven't released information on the severity of their injuries.
Update Friday 1:50 p.m:
A student at an Indiana middle school says he saw his science teacher tackle a fellow student who fired shots inside the classroom.
Seventh-grader Ethan Stonebraker says the class was taking a test at Noblesville West Middle School when the student walked in late, pulled out a gun and started firing.
He says the teacher "immediately ran at him, swatted a gun out of his hand and tackled him to the ground." Stonebraker adds, "if it weren't for him, more of us would have been injured for sure."
The teacher and a student were injured in the shooting. Authorities didn't have any information about their conditions.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — UPDATE: Authorities say the suspect in a shooting at a suburban Indianapolis middle school shooting is a male student and the victims are a teacher and another student.
Noblesville police Chief Kevin Jowitt says the student suspected in Friday morning's shooting at Noblesville West Middle School is in custody and is believed to have acted alone.
The teacher and student who were wounded in the attack were taken to hospitals in Indianapolis. The severity of their injuries is unknown.
After the attack, students at the 1,300-pupil middle school were bused to the nearby high school so that their families could retrieve them.
Noblesville, which is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis, is home to about 50,000 people.
An official says an adult and a child were injured in a shooting at an Indiana middle school and were taken to hospitals in Indianapolis.
Indiana University Health spokeswoman Danielle Sirilla said the adult victim in Friday morning's attack at Noblesville West Middle School northeast of Indianapolis was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital and the child was taken to Riley Hospital for Children. She had no information on their ages or the seriousness of their injuries.
Authorities say the suspect is believed to have acted alone and was taken into custody. No further details were provided about the suspect, victim or possible motive for the attack.
Afterward, students were bused to the Noblesville High School gym, where their families could retrieve them.
Noblesville, which is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis, is home to about 50,000 people. The middle school has about 1,300 students from grades 6-8.
The attack comes a week after an attack at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas, that killed eight students and two teachers.
This is a developing story and we will update with more information.