A suspect is in custody in a shooting at a high school in South Florida. U.S. Senator Bill Nelson of Florida says there are "a number of fatalities" in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
The Broward County Sheriff says there are at least 14 "victims." There are reports that the shooter may have pulled a fire alarm and opened fire on students as they left their classrooms.
A student spoke to ABC News and told George Stephanopoulos "at least 3 people are dead outside my door." He said he was evacuated from the school with other students.
The suspect was put into the back of a squad car for a while, but then was removed from the car and placed in an ambulance.
Heavily armed police officers swarmed the school after the report of the shooting. Students were escorted away from the area with their hands up. Ambulances rushed some of the victims away from the scene.
The suspect is said to be a former student at the school. There's no word on what prompted the shooting or the weapon that was used.
Video posted online appeared to show the chaotic scene inside a classroom. Warning: Strong language