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1 dead, 2 hurt in Louisiana high school shooting

A 14-year-old student has been arrested as a suspect after a high school shooting on Tuesday, according to the St. Helena Parish Sheriff.

GREENSBURG, La. — A high school shooting in St. Helena Parish killed one person and hurt two others on Tuesday. The parish sheriff's office has arrested a 14-year-old student as a suspect. 

The St. Helena Parish Sheriff's Office found one person dead at the St. Helena College and Career Academy in Greensburg when they showed up. 

Another shooting victim arrived at a hospital at around 3:30 p.m., saying that others had been hurt. 

A third victim had been airlifted to a children's hospital in Baton Rouge.  

The charges against the student suspect will be released at a later time, according to St. Helena Parish Sheriff Nat Williams. 

The school system canceled their football game this week and canceled classes until Friday. 

Sheriff Williams stated, “this is such a senseless tragedy, and my prayers go out to the families of all involved and to the St. Helena community that were affected by this tragedy.”

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